On January 3, Amtrak tweeted out his timeline cleanser showing a “snowy train content for the new year.”
Isn’t that nice?
We’re always here to keep your timeline cleansed with some crisp, snowy train content for the new year. 😌
📷: @ Coloradorailphotographer (on IG) pic.twitter.com/3oyT3PQJ7y
— Amtrak (@Amtrak) January 3, 2022
Now, for the reality. . .
Here’s what traveling on an Amtrak train in a snowstorm is *really* like:
Amtrak passengers stuck in Virginia for over 30-hours waiting for tracks to clear https://t.co/XnZvpuzT94
— FOX Weather (@foxweather) January 4, 2022
The train quickly ran out of food and then there was the unfortunate bathroom issue to contend with:
One exasperated passenger of the Crescent 20 said, “Nobody has eaten for about 20 hours and the toilets in coach are completely backed up. The snack bar sold out of food yesterday. Passengers have been banned from leaving the train.” https://t.co/Xn63361CRO
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) January 5, 2022
Maybe they’re wearing masks because of the smell from the toilets?
Hundreds of people are stuck on Amtrak train from New Orleans to NYC for up to 30 hours https://t.co/G2OEBvTE05
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) January 4, 2022
Well, at least the first-class passengers didn’t start eating the regular passengers or whatever this show is about:
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) January 4, 2022