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The Pan-American was a passenger train operated by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad (L&N) between Cincinnati, Ohio and New Orleans, Louisiana. It operated from 1921 until 1971. From 1921 to 1965 a section served Memphis, Tennessee via Bowling Green, Kentucky. The Pan-American was the L&N's flagship train until the introduction of the Humming Bird in 1946. Its name honored the substantial traffic the L&N carried to and from the seaports on the Gulf of Mexico. The Pan-American was one of many trains discontinued when Amtrak began operations in 1971.

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  • The Pan-American was a passenger train operated by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad (L&N) between Cincinnati, Ohio and New Orleans, Louisiana. It operated from 1921 until 1971. From 1921 to 1965 a section served Memphis, Tennessee via Bowling Green, Kentucky. The Pan-American was the L&N's flagship train until the introduction of the Humming Bird in 1946. Its name honored the substantial traffic the L&N carried to and from the seaports on the Gulf of Mexico. The Pan-American was one of many trains discontinued when Amtrak began operations in 1971.
  • Antes de la privatización de Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México (FNM), el troncal de Ixtepec - Ciudad Hidalgo (frontera con Guatemala), de aproximadamente 450 km, originalmente era llamado Ferrocarril Panamericano. En su recorrido por el estado de Chiapas, el Ferrocarril Panamericano tocaba casi la totalidad de las cabeceras municipales de la costa, con excepción de Tuzantán, Escuintla, Mazatán y algunas de las pequeñas cabeceras limítrofes con Guatemala (Tuxtla Chico, Cacahoatán y Unión Juárez).
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  • The Pan-American was a passenger train operated by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad (L&N) between Cincinnati, Ohio and New Orleans, Louisiana. It operated from 1921 until 1971. From 1921 to 1965 a section served Memphis, Tennessee via Bowling Green, Kentucky. The Pan-American was the L&N's flagship train until the introduction of the Humming Bird in 1946. Its name honored the substantial traffic the L&N carried to and from the seaports on the Gulf of Mexico. The Pan-American was one of many trains discontinued when Amtrak began operations in 1971.
  • Antes de la privatización de Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México (FNM), el troncal de Ixtepec - Ciudad Hidalgo (frontera con Guatemala), de aproximadamente 450 km, originalmente era llamado Ferrocarril Panamericano. En su recorrido por el estado de Chiapas, el Ferrocarril Panamericano tocaba casi la totalidad de las cabeceras municipales de la costa, con excepción de Tuzantán, Escuintla, Mazatán y algunas de las pequeñas cabeceras limítrofes con Guatemala (Tuxtla Chico, Cacahoatán y Unión Juárez).
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  • Postcard photo of the heavyweight train.
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