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[EAST] PAX East Train Alliance 2012

Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Super Moderator, Moderator mod
edited September 2012 in PAX Archive
PAX East Train Alliance!

PAX East is coming! So here is a fresh new train trip thread for PAX East.
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What it is
For those of you just joining us, the PAX East Train Alliance (PAX ETA), or "PAXTrain" for short, is a coordinated effort for PAX-goers to ride the same train at the same time going to Boston for PAX East- both as an alternative to driving or flying, and to enjoy an intimate "mini-convention" while en-route. Obviously, it is impossible for EVERYBODY to be on the same train, so this is a coordinated effort to get as many people together as possible.

Note: When booking at amtrak.com, you may have to book each of your trains separately to get on the train that you want. Please take note of this when booking to ensure you end up on the same train as everybody else.

Why the train?
Why not? It's a blast. Spend some time getting to know fellow PAX attendees before the show. We don't care if you're new - this ain't no private party, and all people going to PAX are welcome. We invite you to join us! After taking the train, you'll have a bunch of friendly faces in the crowd at PAX.

How to get on the PAXTrain
Check the map and schedule below to find out what train is closes to you and when you should be on it. Then, buy your tickets through amtrak.com for the appropriate train on the appropriate time/day.

Stuff You Need
You'll need to be prepared to survive on PAXTrain. Following is a list of stuff you probably should bring if you want to have a liveable experience on the rails.
Spoiler:

Other things to bring
Spoiler:

The Rules
Spoiler:

The Passengers

Eastbound Trains
  • The Mega Man Line
    Spoiler:
  • The Donkey Kong Line
    Spoiler:
  • The Lemmings Line
    Spoiler:
  • The Pac-Man Line
    Spoiler:
  • The Luigi Line
    Spoiler:
  • The Metal Gear Line
    Spoiler:

Northbound Trains
  • The Metroid Line
    Spoiler:
  • The Star Fox Line
    Spoiler:
  • The Sonic Line
    Spoiler:

Southbound Train
  • The Portal Line
    Spoiler:

To be added to the list copy/paste the text below and add in your info:
[B]What line you will be on:[/B]
[B]Name:[/B]
[B]Location:[/B]
[B]Boarding Stop:[/B]
[B]Ticket Purchased:[/B]

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  • Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Super Moderator, Moderator mod
    edited October 2011
    Eastbound Lines

    The Mega Man Line
    "In the year 20XX"
    Train: 8 Empire Builder
    Originating Station: Seattle, WA (SEA)
    Departure Date/Time: April 2, 16:40 PDT
    Travel Time: 45h45m
    Schedule/Stops:
    Spoiler:
    Layover Station: Chicago, IL - Union Station (CHI)
    Arrival Date/Time: April 4, 15:55 CDT
    Layover Time: 5h35m

    The Donkey Kong Line
    "Damn dirty ape!"
    Train: 6 California Zephyr
    Originating Station: Emeryville, CA (EMY)
    Departure Date/Time: April 2, 09:10 PDT
    Travel Time: 51h40m
    Schedule/Stops:
    Spoiler:
    Layover Station: Chicago, IL - Union Station (CHI)
    Arrival Date/Time: April 4, 14:50 CDT
    Layover Time: 6h40m

    The Lemmings Line
    "Glug glug"
    Train: 4 Southwest Chief
    Originating Station: Los Angeles, CA - Union Station (LAX)
    Departure Date/Time: April 2, 18:15 PDT
    Travel Time: 43h00m
    Schedule/Stops:
    Spoiler:
    Layover Station: Chicago, IL - Union Station (CHI)
    Arrival Date/Time: April 4, 15:15 CDT
    Layover Time: 6h15m

    The Pac-Man Line
    "Om nom nom"
    Train: 22 Texas Eagle
    Originating Station: San Antonio, TX (SAS)
    Departure Date/Time: April 3, 07:00 CDT
    Travel Time: 30h52m
    Schedule/Stops:
    Spoiler:
    Layover Station: Chicago, IL - Union Station (CHI)
    Arrival Date/Time: April 4, 13:52 CDT
    Layover Time: 7h38m

    The Luigi Line
    "Mario is Missing"
    Train: 58 City of New Orleans
    Originating Station: New Orleans, LA (NOL)
    Departure Date/Time: April 3, 13:45 CDT
    Travel Time: 19h15m
    Schedule/Stops:
    Spoiler:
    Layover Station: Chicago, IL - Union Station (CHI)
    Arrival Date/Time: April 4, 09:00 CDT
    Layover Time: 12h30m

    The Metal Gear Line
    "Snaaaaaaaaake!"
    Train: 448 Lake Shore Limited
    Originating Station: Chicago, IL - Union Station (CHI)
    Departure Date/Time: April 4, 21:30 CDT
    Travel Time: 22h40m
    Schedule/Stops:
    Spoiler:
    Destination Station: Boston, MA - South Station (BOS)
    Arrival Date/Time: April 5, 21:10 EDT

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  • Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Super Moderator, Moderator mod
    Northbound Lines

    The Metroid Line
    "Samus is a girl!?"
    Train: 20 Crescent
    Originating Station: New Orleans, LA (NOL)
    Departure Date/Time: April 4, 07:00 CDT
    Travel Time: 25h53m
    Schedule/Stops:
    Spoiler:
    Layover Station: Washington, DC - Union Station (WAS)
    Arrival Date/Time: April 5, 09:53 EDT
    Layover Time: 2h9m

    The Star Fox Line
    "Do a barrel roll!"
    Train: 98 Silver Meteor
    Originating Station: Miami, FL (MIA)
    Departure Date/Time: April 4, 08:20 EDT
    Travel Time: 23h1m
    Schedule/Stops:
    Spoiler:
    Layover Station: Washington, DC - Union Station (WAS)
    Arrival Date/Time: April 5, 07:21 EDT
    Layover Time: 4h41m

    The Sonic Line
    "The Fastest Train Alive!" (although not really)
    Train: 176 Northeast Regional
    Originating Station: Washington, DC - Union Station (WAS)
    Departure Date/Time: April 5, 12:02 EDT
    Travel Time: 7h53m
    Spoiler:
    Schedule/Stops:
    Destination Station: Boston, MA - South Station (BOS)
    Arrival Date/Time: April 5, 19:55 EDT

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    Southbound Line
    The Portal Line
    "Let's be honest. Neither one of us knows what that thing does. Just put it in the corner and I'll deal with it later."
    Train: 684 Downeaster
    Originating Station: Portland, ME (POR)
    Departure Date/Time: April 5, 12:50 EDT
    Travel Time: 2h30m
    Spoiler:
    Schedule/Stops:
    Destination Station: Boston, MA - North Station (BON) NOTE: This train does not go to South Station. You will need to take the T to South Station from North Station.
    Arrival Date/Time: April 5, 15:20 EDT

  • Lugh LamfhadaLugh Lamfhada Registered User
    edited October 2011
    Let me start things off.

    What line you will be on: Sonic
    Name: Will
    Location: VA
    Boarding Stop: Charlottesville
    Ticket Purchased: Not yet, but it will be as soon as I head to the Amtrak site. Yes.

    And a big thanks to you Moe for once again getting this set up. My hat and I look forward to the wild chicanery.

    Edit: Also I look forward to dominating at Mario Kart again. Bring on the blue koopa shells!

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  • ColdbrewColdbrew PAX Community DVD Lake Stevens, WARegistered User regular
    What line you will be on: Mega Man
    Name: Brian
    Location: Lake Stevens, WA
    Boarding Stop: Everett, WA
    Ticket Purchased: No, and it might be a while (gotta pay for MAGFest first)

    If nobody else books this line by the time I'm able to purchase a ticket, then I might re-consider, so... How about it Moe, since your'e in the area now, are you going to take the Mega Man line all the way like I did last year?

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  • MetaverseNomadMetaverseNomad Registered User regular
    Coldbrew, about how much is a ticket for the entire distance? Is it *exorbitantly* more than a plane ticket would be?

  • Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Super Moderator, Moderator mod
    Right now it looks to be about 200 each way, but that doesn't include meals or a roomette if you want one.

  • cyntheticcynthetic Registered User regular
    What line you will be on: Pac-Man
    Name: Cynthia (and William)
    Location: St. Louis
    Boarding Stop: St. Louis (but actually Kirkwood, and riding over because the downtown stop is way jank.)
    Ticket Purchased: Not for at least another month :(

    Didn't do this last year because my husband and I wanted to do the Pre-Pax Dinner, but this year, it's all about the train! :D

  • ColdbrewColdbrew PAX Community DVD Lake Stevens, WARegistered User regular
    edited October 2011
    Nomad

    I haven't looked yet, but when I took the train from Everett to Boston for East 2010, the price for a ticket plus a room was actually comparable, maybe about $100 more. So, IIRC, it was "around" $200 for the ticket itself, and "around" another $200 for a room (this was a one-way price however, but a one-way plane ticket from Boston to Seattle was actually really cheap so it wasn't bad). The room was only for the train from here to Chicago, because there was a layover there, but the rest of the trip from there is about another day, and because so many PAX people gather at that point we all just hung out in the lounge car the whole time so a room wasn't necessary. On the plus side, having a room does give you access to showers and all of your meals (3 per day) are completely free, and it's good food too. Otherwise, if you don't pay for the room, you have to pay for the meals and they're not very cheap.

    Besides, riding coach for that long is terribad. When I was on it last year I didn't even want to go to the lounge and dinner cars half the time because I didn't want to have to walk through the coach cars. They started smelling a bit, among other things... so I couldn't even imagine sitting in a chair in a car like that for 3 and a half days, screw that.

    That being said, when I checked prices earlier this year before East 2011, they were much higher, so I took to the skies. I'd just check the price on Amtrak for the trains Moe posted, plus a small room, then look around air-line sites and get an average round-trip quote for that time. I'll have to check later too and find out for myself (hooked on SW:TOR right now). :P

    One more thing, I'd probably take a plane back (at least that's what I did last year). Taking the train round-trip, especially if you get a room each one, is likely going to be quite a bit more expensive. Then again, I haven't checked prices lately, so it may not be so bad.

    Moe, you haven't answered my question. :P

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  • Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Super Moderator, Moderator mod
    edited October 2011
    Another thing about the roomettes that hasn't been mentioned is that they are meant for two. So, the price for a room can be divided by two if it is split between two people.

    @Coldbrew, as much as I'd love to be on the train, the nature of my job prevents me from taking that much time off that close to PAX. I really wish I could, given how much I really hate to fly. But, that doesn't stop me from doing the research to plan this trip for others to enjoy.

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  • ColdbrewColdbrew PAX Community DVD Lake Stevens, WARegistered User regular
    edited October 2011
    Moe Fwacky wrote:
    Another thing about the roomettes that hasn't been mentioned is that they are meant for two. So, the price for a room can be divided by two if it is split between two people.

    Indeed, we will need to take this into consideration. The smallest of the available rooms is absolutely tiny, there's two chairs facing each other with a small table in-between, and just enough room between them and the door to stand up. The chairs fold down into a bed, and there's another bunk above it. For the price, length of the trip, and included meals, it's definitely worth it. There's just little room, so it's mostly going to be for sleeping and relaxing, hanging out can be done in the lounge car for most of the day I'm sure. So if anybody else from the Seattle area takes the long haul and needs a room-mate, let me know.
    Moe Fwacky wrote:
    @Coldbrew, as much as I'd love to be on the train, the nature of my job prevents me from taking that much time off that close to PAX. I really wish I could, given how much I really hate to fly. But, that doesn't stop me from doing the research to plan this trip for others to enjoy.

    Darn. Well hopefully some others will take the trip, it was just myself and one other (Smerk) on that entire line last year, we need moar!

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  • HuskyDorkHuskyDork Registered User regular
    The PAX East Train thread means we're one step closer to PAX! YESSSSSSSSSSSS.

    What line you will be on: Sonic
    Name: Chris
    Location: Silver Spring, MD
    Boarding Stop: DC
    Ticket Purchased: YES.

    For the Sonic Line folks, Amtrak is currently has a 25% off Northeast Regional promotion going, putting a one-way ticket at $70. I don't see an expiration date on the site, but you might want to buy one ASAP.

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  • MetaverseNomadMetaverseNomad Registered User regular
    Thanks, that was really helpful! I've always wanted to take the train across country, and what better way to do so?! I should know in about a month whether I'll be able to get enough time off and afford PAX. The original plan was to go down to New York on the way home, so I'll have to see if extra train days can work out!

  • xenardxenard Registered User regular
    edited October 2011
    What line you will be on: Sonic Line
    Name: Deb
    Location: DC
    Boarding Stop: DC
    Ticket Purchased: Soon

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  • TabooPhantasyTabooPhantasy Registered User regular
    edited October 2011
    What line you will be on: Sonic Line
    Name: Jamie
    Location: Germantown, MD
    Boarding Stop: Union Station, DC
    Ticket Purchased: Not yet. I haven't convinced my other half that it's not as expensive as he thinks. I bought it anyway. $70 is a great deal!

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  • LokialeLokiale Registered User
    This seems like a fun option!
    I do have a question though, once you get into Boston is it then necessary to rent a car in order to get around or is the public transit system there pretty boss?
    I'll know fairly soon if I can do this option and if I can then the pac-man line will be getting some love. (I hope there are many potential pac-man/metal gear riders!)

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  • zerzhulzerzhul Old General Registered User, Super Moderator, Moderator, SolidSaints Zerzhul mod
    Lokiale wrote:
    This seems like a fun option!
    I do have a question though, once you get into Boston is it then necessary to rent a car in order to get around or is the public transit system there pretty boss?
    I'll know fairly soon if I can do this option and if I can then the pac-man line will be getting some love. (I hope there are many potential pac-man/metal gear riders!)

    Boston public transit is pretty great until it stops running for the night. Take a gander at the first timer thread or the FAQ for some info about the public transit and cabs in Boston.

  • Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Super Moderator, Moderator mod
    South Station is very close to the BCEC, though not quite close enough to walk to that area with all your luggage. However, the Silver Line runs from South Station to World Trade Center station pretty quickly, so getting into the convention center hotel area, is pretty quick and easy.

  • flatlineflatline Registered User regular
    edited October 2011
    Moe Fwacky wrote:
    South Station is very close to the BCEC, though not quite close enough to walk to that area with all your luggage. However, the Silver Line runs from South Station to World Trade Center station pretty quickly, so getting into the convention center hotel area, is pretty quick and easy.

    To extend this point, I would suggest caution for anyone who hasn't traveled this way before. There are a LOT of gypsy cabs that hang out at the train station. Most of them will get you there, but you're much better off going with the Silver Line or a real cab.

    What line you will be on: SONIC
    Name: flatline [matt] and Big Zach
    Location: Baltimore/Washington Sprawl
    Boarding Stop: BWI
    Ticket Purchased: As soon as I track down No 2

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  • antheremantherem Registered User regular
    Much as I will miss the We Didn't Playtest This and Train Jenga games, I'm afraid I'm going to be driving in this year. So someone else should bring Dominion on the Metal Gear line.

    The walk from South Station to the BCEC wasn't that bad last year, even with luggage. 10 minutes, maybe, and a bunch of people are going that way so you'll have company. Of course it might snow and then who knows?

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  • tvethiopiatvethiopia Registered User regular
    Lokiale wrote:
    This seems like a fun option!
    I do have a question though, once you get into Boston is it then necessary to rent a car in order to get around or is the public transit system there pretty boss?
    I'll know fairly soon if I can do this option and if I can then the pac-man line will be getting some love. (I hope there are many potential pac-man/metal gear riders!)

    in addition to others' sound advice, i'd also like to note that driving in boston is generally a nightmare, even for the experienced. i would strongly recommend against renting a car.

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  • LokialeLokiale Registered User
    Thanks, guys! Pennies are in the process of being saved.

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  • NullzoneNullzone Registered User regular
    I enjoyed setup at Prime so I'm flying up this year so I can be there for that...I will miss the PAX Train! :(

    Play lots of games for me, Sonic Line!

  • MalgarasMalgaras Registered User regular
    What line you will be on: Sonic
    Name: Geoff
    Location: Columbia, MD
    Boarding Stop: DC
    Ticket Purchased: Not yet. Probably shortly after registration opens up.

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    Ticket acquired!

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  • blAAAm!!!blAAAm!!! Cleveland, OhioRegistered User regular
    last year was my first PAX event and I took the train. I had a really good time and met a lot of cool people and learned a whole bunch of new games. This year I will probably fly so I can take part in the MMT and Pre-Pax dinner since last year i really didn't get to see a lot of Boston.

  • xenardxenard Registered User regular
    Those who purchased your tickets boarding in DC which train are you on? I'm thinking about getting on the 86 Regional leaving at 8:40

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    xenard wrote:
    Those who purchased your tickets boarding in DC which train are you on? I'm thinking about getting on the 86 Regional leaving at 8:40

    The ETA Train boarding in DC is the Sonic Line which is described above
    Moe Fwacky wrote:
    The Sonic Line
    "The Fastest Train Alive!" (although not really)
    Train: 176 Northeast Regional
    Originating Station: Washington, DC - Union Station (WAS)
    Departure Date/Time: April 5, 12:02 EDT

    All the trains have the suggested times listed for the best possible chance of converging for the trains coming into a hub station like DC.

  • NorynaNoryna Registered User new member
    What line you will be on: The Sonic Line
    Name: Kaylin and Eli
    Location: Rockville, MD
    Boarding Stop: Union Station, DC
    Ticket Purchased: Yes

  • Lugh LamfhadaLugh Lamfhada Registered User
    Hey Moe, could you update the passenger list so that it says that I have my ticket?

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  • BinarySamuraiBinarySamurai Registered User regular
    What line you will be on: Metal Gear
    Name: Kenneth, Bridget, Pete, Alex
    Location: Monticello, IN
    Boarding Stop: Union Station Chicago, IL
    Ticket Purchased: Will be purchased December 31st

    Can't wait last year was my first PAX, this year I am bringing the wife. She seen how much fun we had via our nightly facebook pic dump and decided PAX was more interesting than she thought. :)

  • DurinthalDurinthal Registered User regular
    edited January 2012
    I'll almost certainly be taking the train at least one direction. Not sure if I'll take it there and back yet, as I would like to be an Enforcer if they're recruiting and may help with setup or teardown.

    What line you will be on: Metal Gear
    Name: Durinthal
    Location: Wooster, OH
    Boarding Stop: Cleveland, OH
    Ticket Purchased: Not yet


    Sorry, decided I'm flying instead (getting there on Wednesday).

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  • BigSassyBigSassy Registered User regular
    edited October 2011
    What line you will be on: Sonic
    Name: Eric
    Location: Rockville, MD
    Boarding Stop: Union Station, DC
    Ticket Purchased: Yup :)

    Ah, my favorite time of the year has come. Planning for PAX!

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  • flatlineflatline Registered User regular
    Playing Munchkin and Pandemic in the galley car last year was all kinds of win (Sonic Line). We need to make sure we get at least one or two tables in there as early on as possible. It would be nice if we could just take over the whole car; just remember there are lots of non-PAX people on the train as well, and obey Wheaton's Law.

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  • lovebotlovebot Registered User
    What line you will be on: Sonic
    Name: Ash & Mike
    Location: Blacksburg, VA
    Boarding Stop: Lynchburg, VA
    Ticket Purchased: Heck yes! :D

  • Lady AmaltheaLady Amalthea Registered User regular
    What line you will be on: Sonic
    Name: Tara
    Location: Rockville, MD
    Boarding Stop: Union Station
    Ticket Purchased: Yes :)

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  • xehnxehn Registered User regular
    Looking forward to rocking another PAX Train! Thanks for setting this up again, Moe!

    What line you will be on: Metal Gear Line
    Name: Zen and Amy J. (we were the kids with dreads on the train last year)
    Location: Beloit, WI
    Boarding Stop: Union Station, Chicago, IL
    Ticket Purchased: Yes and Yes

  • Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Super Moderator, Moderator mod
    I've been out for a week, but I'm back now. Roster updated!

  • BrimstarBrimstar Registered User regular
    What line you will be on:Sonic Line
    Name:Bryan And Jessica
    Location:Christiansburg, VA
    Boarding Stop: Lynchburg, VA
    Ticket Purchased:Yes

  • MalgarasMalgaras Registered User regular
    Mines already up there but needs to be updated.

    Updated info:
    What line you will be on: Sonic
    Name: Geoff/gespo89
    Location: Columbia, MD
    Boarding Stop: BWI Thurgood Marsh Air, MD
    Ticket Purchased: Yes

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  • Lindsey LohanLindsey Lohan Registered User regular
    edited March 2012
    No longer attending :(

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