We’ve been in the business for quite some time, with a combined 25+ years of experience in the industry. From navigating the complexities of an Amtrak-approved charter, to putting on a full schedule of Class 1 steam excursions, to fully integrated ticketing, marketing and social media – we’ve done it all. Meet our team!
Adam has been at the head of some truly epic train trips. After leaving behind a career in the children’s toy industry, he has managed and operated private rail car trips for Trains Magazine, NARP, Millennial Trains Project, Uncommon Journeys and many other customers across thousands of miles. As excursion manager for Station to Station, Adam oversaw the logistics of a magical art installation on rails, with music, performances at station stops, as part of a 4500 mile Amtrak special train. Adam spent three years managing the operation of the N&W 611 excursion program for the Virginia Museum of Transportation, with a 22 car consist. He has been featured in WIRED, The LA Times, Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine, Chicago Tribune and the Washington Post. For a side-hobby, he has written two feature articles for Trains Magazine on Brazil’s Vale Mining Railroad and Peru’s railroad system. Adam is a graduate of the University of Denver and lives in Eden Prairie Minnesota with his wife and son.
Lou is our one-man content-generating machine here at Railexco. He spends most of his time promoting, photographing, marketing, and social media-ing for various clients in the world of rail excursions, private railcar charters, and other train-adjacent stuff. He runs an event photography company. He’s on the board of directors at the French Lick Scenic Railway. He co-hosts a podcast with his friend Nick. Lately, he’s been handling our huge Autumn Colors Express launch. It’s extremely probable that you’ve liked, commented or shared something he’s written.
Truly the jack of all trades, and master of most. Mike is a Systems Engineer where he builds large public safety and utility radio systems. In his spare time, you will find him repairing passenger cars, or working on his own 10/6 sleeper. Mike was instrumental in managing the ticketing, mechanical support, and servicing of the N&W 611 excursion consist during 2015-2017. Mike was an avid volunteer onboard New River Train where he