Nashville's commuter Train the "Music City Star" is seen departing Downtown Nashville on a busy Thursday morning.
Music City Star train 155 approaches its station stop in Mt. Juliet. This is the last Star train of the morning, heading from Nashville to Lebanon, where it will tie up until afternoon.
Nashville's only commuter train, The Music City Star, has finished its last run of the morning and is returning to home base in Lebanon.
The last outbound Music City Star commuter train of the morning leaves downtown Nashville.
Music City Star waits with an extra long train to head to the station at 10:00pm sharp to pick up passengers after the fireworks show.
The three Music City Star train set's layover in the storage yard at Lebanon, TN.
Three of the four ex-Amtrak F40s used on the Nashville area's Music City Star commuter operation lay over for the weekend at NERR's shops in Lebanon. Photo taken on NERR property with permission.
Lined up and awaiting the next call of duty.
Nashville's commuter rail service gears up for the Friday afternoon rush as a trainset shoves out from the Nashville & Eastern shops and towards the station in Lebanon.
Through a blossoming tree, Music City Star train 161 is seen approaching it's final stop of Lebanon after the trip from Nashville. Number 100 on RP.net!
The Music City Star glides into the Mt. Juliette depot on it's last run Eastbound for the morning.
The Music City Star leans around the elevated curve that leads into the Donelson station. This is Nashville's only commuter train. MCS 121 is the former Amtrak 398.
Nashville's only commuter train has just left downtown (visible in the background) on its first run of the day and is coming through the switch that will put it on the Nashville and Eastern main l... (more)