An unusual view of "the longest passenger train in the world" (Auto Train,) as seen from the old B&O "Moonlight Dome" on the rear of Amtrak Train 90, "The Palmetto."
Amtrak's Auto Train beginning another journey south. No need for a designated driver this New Year's Eve for those onboard!
While most Superliner Sleepers look nearly identical from the outside, there are six of a kind that are unique on the inside, and are only found on one train. Deluxe Sleeper "Palm Bay" i... (more)
Southbound Auto Train at Neabsco Creek with some tropical flare.
Auto Train is seen shortly after beginning its journey with a sign of what's to come in the foreground.
Amtrak Auto Train Auto Carriers.
Amtrak Auto Train! Load 'em up.
Amtrak Auto Train!
A cut of carriers are shoved in to be unloaded.
All aboard for sunny Florida! The Auto Train stands proud at the entrance to the Lorton facility and passengers are greeted by a palm tree sign invoking thoughts of a warmer climate at the destin... (more)
Auto Train beginning its journey south
Amtrak’s Auto Train heads over Neabsco Creek Bridge near Woodbridge, Virginia, on April 23, 1996. The train is powered by a pair of GE P40DC (Nos. 831 and 833) locomotives.
The last rays of sunshine on the southbound Auto-Train as it approaches Collier on this beautiful October evening.
Racing on the RF&P? Not quite...
A southbound CSX mainfest is rolling towards Woodbridge station at walking speed, while Amtrak's Florida-bound Auto Train overtakes it.