There's a train.
Ayn Rand did this in Atlas Shrugged in 1957 and we never looked back. The Hunger Games has that super plush, high-speed train. Divergent has a train that everyone has to jump off or else they don’t let you be in Dauntless. Harry Potter has one, too. (Quick sidebar: would you consider Harry Potter to be a dystopia? It certainly becomes dystopian over time. I'm thinking yes, but some people insist that the presence of an oppressive government doesn't automatically scream "dystopia." PLEASE DISCUSS.)
I get that dystopian novels don’t have a monopoly on trains, but whenever I board one in real life I feel like I’m being transported away from the life I knew, and it’s only a matter of time before I’ll have to face some harsh realities.