Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Matthew Mancil, a young boy with autism, smiles as he listens to the train horn sound as he and his family get a tour Saturday, July, 26, 2014, of a FrontRunner train and facilities in Salt Lake City. The 12-year-old boy has a lifelong love of trains, and after a story about a Union Pacific train conductor stopping his train to speak with Matthew and give the boy Union Pacific paraphernalia, the Utah Transit Authority offered to give Matthew another memorable experience by offering him a tour of a FrontRunner train.
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