Travelers board Amtrak’s Eclipse Express in Chicago to see total eclipse in Carbondale
(Source: CBS Chicago, August 21, 2017)
CHICAGO — The last time there was a total solar eclipse visible coast-to-coast in the United States was 1918, which might explain the hype for Monday’s eclipse. Hundreds of people from the Chicago area boarded a special Amtrak train bound for Carbondale on Monday, to see the total eclipse where it will last the longest.
Full story: CBS Chicago
Monday, August 21, 2017
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