Norfolk Southern (the original) #2006 leads a train near the Raleigh golf course in October 1971.
Early Amtrak action at Raleigh finds this patched Amtrak E8 during a crew change.
Southbound Carolinian crosses the old NS at Boylan just west of the Amtrak station
The engine from the northbound Carolinian had to be removed to help push a stranded NS freight out of its way so it could arrive at the Raleigh station only a mile away about 2 hours late.
Amtrak 80, the Carolinian makes a crew change at the station stop in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Raleigh continues to provide Amtrak with a substantial number of passengers, as evidenced by the large crowd riding today's northbound Carolinian.
A caboose that was stored on a near by gravel lot is prepared for the move back onto live rail.
3 cabeese sit in a gravel lot awaiting a move back onto live rail. Several were stored here for sale and are being moved onto live rail.
The conductor of NS train 350 inspects train 349 as it passes. Meanwhile, an NS work train sits on the siding.