"..and graveyards of rusted autombiles. Good Morning America!" On the first morning of 2019, Amtrak 76 leads the southbound City of New Orleans through the small delta farming community... (more)
Amtrak's southbound City of New Orleans passes through the Manchac Drawbridge and over Manchac Pass on the CN McComb Sub in Louisiana.
Looking like a model train set, Amtrak's southbound City of New Orleans (Train 59) snakes through downtown Memphis, over an hour behind schedule, as it approaches Central Station. Look closely and... (more)
Amtrak's southbound City of New Orleans passes through the Manchac Drawbridge and over Manchac Pass on the CN McComb Sub in Louisiana. Manchac Pass connects Lake Maurepas to Lake Pontchartrain.
"The City of New Orleans" Train no. 59 had 8 extra single-level cars on it today as it traveled down to New Orleans. The single-level cars will be used for the Polar Express.
Good Morning America. AMTK #59 led by AMTK #36 barrels through the small town of Walls, MS on a chilly fall morning.
"...and graveyards full of rusty automobiles." A late #59 led by #129 rolls past the small unincorporated town of Glover, MS just north of Lake Cormorant, MS.
At 7:22 in the morning the southbound City of New Orleans (59) rushes through the small delta town of Lake Cormorant, MS. PV "Hollywood Beach" can be seen through the trees on the rear end.
Amtrak's City of New Orleans train No. 59 charges through Betonia, Miss., on its way to New Orleans from Chicago.
P42DC 48 gets "all 8 of them" as Amtrak's City of New Orleans highballs Union Station.
Various power and paint schemes in Chicago.
The southbound "City of New Orleans" gets overtaken by a CN local. Surprise!?
Southbound City of New Orleans on the former Yazoo & Mississippi Valley between Memphis and Jackson.
Good morning, America, how are you When exploring the Illinois Central in 1989-90, I couldn’t get the classic song by Steve Goodman, “City of New Orleans” from out of my mind. During on... (more)
The City of New Orleans. 450 and 451 were test engines, Amtrak acquired none. The second unit in the picture, smoking it up from the soot built up while idling in Union Station, is 194, a GP40TC.