338 heads back for DC at sunset, as it passes covered hoppers in the NS yard at Manassas
All is quiet at 6:30am on Sunday morning as the Blizzard of 2009 is over. Track one has been cleared by Amtrak 19 & 20, the only trains in 24 hours.
Former Southern Railway station just after sunset; now used by Amtrak and VRE
"Crescent" ready for departure from Manassas
A VRE special arrives at the Manassas depot during the 15th Annual Manassas Heritage Railway Festival. The round trip specials operated between Manassas and Clifton throughout the day.
Participants board a VRE special during the 15th Annual Manassas Heritage Railway Festival. The round trip specials operated between Manassas and Clifton throughout the day.
"Crescent" arriving Manassas at sunset
VRE 333 unloads at Manassas under a dramatic sky
Light's almost gone!
A headlight in the sky?
Amtrak 20, the Crescent, coasts into the station at Manassas nearly 10 minutes early.
The NB Crescent slows for a stop at Manassas oddly enough, running about 7 minutes early.
"Crescent" departing Manassas near sunset
"Crescent" slowing for its Manassas stop; signals for "Moore" interlocking to rear
Amtrak's "Crescent" making its station stop at Manassas on a rainy evening