Passengers prepare to board the #75 Piedmont Raleigh to Charlotte train at the Cary Amtrak station on 211 N. Academy Street.
Passengers prepare to board the #75 Piedmont Raleigh to Charlotte train at the Cary Amtrak station on 211 N. Academy Street. jleonard@newsobserver.com JULI LEONARD News & Observer file photo
Passengers prepare to board the #75 Piedmont Raleigh to Charlotte train at the Cary Amtrak station on 211 N. Academy Street. jleonard@newsobserver.com JULI LEONARD News & Observer file photo

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