The eastbound Cardinal heads through St. Albans with North Carolina Dept Of Transportation 1893 trailing.
The Eastbound Cardinal heads into the old Manns Tunnel. Opened in the mid 1870's as a single track rock tunnel, it was expanded in 1904 for double track, and reverted back to single track in 1932... (more)
Dragging through the New River Gorge at a shade over 5 hours late, the eastbound Amtrak Cardinal attempts to make up time, after encountering a service disruption in Hamilton, OH overnight.
Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal with the United States Navy Inspection Car 118 on the rear.
The 2008 New River Train gets ready to make it's stop at St. Albans.
A White Christmas (Almost). The Eastbound Cardinal passes through the rolling farmland at Lowell, on a foggy and frosty Christmas morning.
The east bound Cardinal led by a heritage unit heads thru the once busy town of Thurmond. The old C&O coaling tower is in the background as well as the old US&S signals are still in charge of move... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal catches the morning sun as it leans into the curve at W.E. Dock. United States Navy Inspection Car 118 is bringing up the markers on today's New York bound passenger tr... (more)
With colors still decent along Alleghany grade, Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal blasts through Moss Run with Amtrak's dull dome "Ocean View" bringing up the rear.
Operating track speed along the scenic Alleghany Subdivision, Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal leans into a rocky cut at E.E. Alleghany.
Leading Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal for the first time, Amtrak's Phase III heritage # 145 blasts through St. Albans.
The eastbound Cardinal passes under the soon to be gone C&O signals.
The Eastbound Cardinal crosses the New River around the sharpest curve on the old C&O at 10 mph.
Amtrak and C&O heritage on the Eastbound Cardinal.
On a beautiful summer morning, Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal glides through Hawks Nest and MA Cabin.