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Many travelers enjoy viewing scenic routes while on a train, but some safety precautions may be necessary when the potential for injury arises. 

In order to help keep yourself self in any large railways, it is best to know these tips. 

Navigating the space 

Being jammed up against other riders is an issue every person has to deal with at some point. This may even lead to panic when incidents happen on the train, along with a rush to call 911. 

The best defense against these vulnerabilities is to stay vigilant. You can do this by keeping an eye out for specific areas as you board the train, such as the doors or emergency exits. 

Sitting safely 

More often than not, many riders are alone on a train. Knowing what spots are safest can help you while choosing a seat. Sitting in the front car is typically the best idea if you want to be near the operator. 

In addition, do not instigate or prolong a fight, even if someone is in violation of a law. Many train routes are lengthy, and the physical harm done to you could be increasingly worse if the train is not able to stop in time. 

Carrying valuable items 

However, there are ways to protect yourself from other people. Thieves or other robbers may also target pricey items that you have on hand, such as jewelry or your cell phone. 

By being aware of your surroundings and your bags, you can deter other people from messing with your personal items. Keep your small items in your back pockets or other hidden areas.