<p>Create a cover story for your Kindle with the Kindle case from Caseable. Customize the fabric wrapped exterior with your favorite photos, designs or just a name then choose from five different microsuede leather color interiors to complement your design. Featuring the highest quality printing and hand sewn American craftsmanship, this folio style case is ready to be judged by its cover.</p>
Designed for Amazon Kindle Keyboard 3rd generation.
Water-resistant fabric wrapped hardcover exterior with elastic strap closure.
Microsuede interior with document pocket and elastic device corners straps.
Handmade with recycled materials in Brooklyn, New York.
The Metroliner was a premium express train service between Washington, D.C., and New York City from 1969 to 2006. It was first operated by Penn Central Transportation, successor to the Pennsylvania Railroad, and later by Amtrak.
Originally operated with self-powered electric multiple unit cars, built by The Budd Company of Philadelphia Pennsylvania. They were later replaced with locomotive-hauled trainsets due to their vastly decreasing reliability and other issues (such as being demoted to 90 miles per hour in the late 1970s), the train offered reserved business-class and first-class seating. A trip between New York's Pennsylvania Station and Washington, D.C.'s Union Station took approximately 2.5 hours.
Amtrak replaced Metroliner service with high-speed (150 mph or 240 km/h) Acela Express trainsets.
Metroliner Service was discontinued on 27 October 2006.