The President-elect Has a Train to Catch in Philly

President-elect Obama will begin his journey to the inauguration by train tomorrow from the "City of Brotehrly Love."

Obama will depart from 30th street station, Saturday morning.

He'll pass through Chester and stop in Wilmington, D.E. to pick up Vice President-elect Joe Biden.

Then there's one more stop in Baltimore, M.D. before finally arriving in Washington, D.C.

Tickets have already been distributed for the President-elect's stop here in Philly, but it's still possible for the public to see him if they go to the Amtrak station in Wilmington.

Doors will open at 9:30 a.m.

The President-elect Obama will also make a public appearance at Baltimore's "War Memorial Plaza".

Doors open there at 1 p.m.

First things first though -- President-elect Barack Obama is visiting Ohio today (Friday, Jan. 16) to push his economic-stimulus plan.

He will tour a wind-turbine plant in suburban Cleveland.

He's promising to spend $825 billion dollars to create millions of new jobs -- many of them in renewable energy.

He's set a deadline of February 16th for congress to pass the plan.

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