Nearly a week after his death, former President George H.W. Bush traveled via train to his final place of rest in College Station, Texas.
His casket was loaded aboard 4141 — a locomotive named for the 41st president — which had a car specially outfitted with clear side panels so people could pay their respects to the former commander in chief as the train rolled by, the Associated Press reported.
Thousands - People - Flags - Signs - Coins
Thousands of people showed up to do just that — carrying flags and signs or placing coins along the tracks to be flattened by the memorial train.
The train traveled from Houston, where a second memorial service was held at St....