|Public Wireless Phones on Trains?|
11 Jan 2005 08:07:17 -0800
In the early 1990s, public wireless payphones were installed on some|
commuter and intercity railroad trains as a convenience to passengers.
Initially they were pretty popular. In NYC, the Metro North RR put
them on as many trains as possible. Amtrak provided them as well.
Calls were paid for credit card at about $1/minute.
Now with personal cell phones so popular, would anyone know if the
In the 1920s, major passenger trains had telephones that were
In the late 1940s, some trains got public radio telephones. I've seen
In 1969, the Metroliner entered service. This had phone service,
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