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South Wind was a named passenger train equipped and operated
jointly by the Pennsylvania Railroad, the Louisville and Nashville
Railroad, the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad (later Seaboard Coast
Line), and the Florida East Coast Railway. The South Wind began
operations in December 1940, providing streamliner service between
Chicago, Illinois and Miami, Florida. This was one of three
seven-car streamlined trains operating every third day along
different routes between Chicago and Miami. The other two trains
were the City of Miami and the Dixie Flagler. The South Wind
remained in service through the creation of Amtrak in 1971 but was
soon replaced by the Floridian.
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