Business Insider reported "Former President George H.W. Bush was the first president in nearly 50 years to have a train memorial, and thousands showed up to pay their respects" on Friday
 Bush onto train which carried him to College Station, Texas 4/ Students from Salyer Elementary School wave flags at the train AP Photo/Gerald Herbert The above image shows the crowds of people in Navasota, Texas AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, Pool Family members follow the casket to its final resting place He was the first president in nearly 50 years to have a train procession.
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George H.W. Bush was savvy, decent and tough ANALYSIS/OPINION: Honor, decency, principled, character, grace, loyalty, optimistic, integrity, dignity, honesty, humble He was helpful, affable and humorous, giving me, as I recall, a few anecdotes about what goes on in the congressional gym, and how he used it to keep fit
Former President George H.W. Bush laid to rest in Texas James Baker, a longtime friend who served as Bush’s secretary of state, eulogized the former Republican president as a peacemaker and a truly beautiful human being He was not considered a skilled speaker, but his deeds were quite eloquent and he demonstrated their eloquence by carving them into the hard granite of history, Baker said Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
President George H.W. Bush laid to rest in Texas We’re here today in the house of the Lord to say goodbye to a man of great faith and great integrity, a truly beautiful human being, said former secretary of state James A Brittney Martin in College Station, Tex., and Mark Berman and Lindsey Bever in Washington contributed to this report