Carolyn Mazzie arrived at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport in September 1971, excited to embark on a three week tour of Europe.

Carolyn, then 30, worked for the Southern Pacific Railroad, an American train network that's since been absorbed into the Union Pacific rail company. 50 years ago, Southern Pacific Railroad had several thousand employees, and the company's employee club hosted regular international trips, chartering airplanes and buses to ferry the railroad workers around Europe.

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