Tour every inch of an old train and then museum; Palouse, Washington
1:21 stepping inside train, which has about 4 rooms: sleeping, dining, bathrooms, engine control room. 2:03 Recorder Mark 200 3:06 control panel with French words 3:22 Office room 4:15 kitchen 5:05 bathroom 5:18 sitting room 6:36 open area with kitchen table 7:50 Single room 16:20 end train tour 17:06 rules of conduct for city park 17:19 entering museum
Luxury travel on trains lost its competitive edge to cars.
0:29 --We look at crosswalk improvements in Salem, Oregon. 2:50 --We drop in on a conference on Obesity and the Built Environment in Washington, DC. 7:15 --The American Planning Association meets in Washington, DC. 10:53 --The Society for Photographic Education meets in Newport, Rhode Island. 18:03 --We talk with Ben Hamilton-Baillie about the nature of safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Perils For Pedestrians appears on public access cable channels in 150 cities across the United States. Help us get on the public access channel where you live. Produced by John Z Wetmore.