Andy Fletcher has Aspergers and epilepsy. He is a railroad artist, speaker, and advocate for freight and passenger rail. His drawings were the inspiration for Norfolk Southern's 30th Anniversary Heritage Locomotives.
Chicago Burlington and Quincy connected people and places across the
Midwest and the Rocky Mountain States. It was known as the "Way of the
Zephyrs" for its signature train "The California Zephyr" that it
operated in partnership with Denver and Rio Grande Western and Western
The Elgin Joliet and Eastern remains a fan favorite. Its brightly painted locomotives and freight cars have inspired us for generations. As stated on its box cars, the EJ and E provided a key beltway connecting railroads, steel mills and online industries "Around, Not Thru Chicago."
Santa Fe linked the Midwest gateways of Chicago and Kansas City with the Southwest. Known for its scenic mainline and its streamlined trains such as the Superchief, Santa Fe not only connected people and places, but it stood in the hearts of many. http://stores.ebay.com/andyfletchercustomtrains