"Crescent" arriving Manassas at dusk
Stationmaster and RP.net contributor G.R. Harper helps passengers locate their baggage as the Crescent streaks South out of Lynchburg.
Amtrak's eastbound Crescent passes through Cook Springs on Norfolk Southern's Birmingham-to-Atlanta mainline.
The southbound Crescent swings under a signal bridge as it prepares to make its station stop in Anniston during a light rain shower.
Amtrak 19 heads South from Lynchburg to Danville, VA
Unlike #20, today's southbound "Crescent" is on time...and close to perfection, from a lighting perspective
Amtrak's Southbound crescent pulls into the station at Lynchburg, VA
Lynchburg, VA's ex-Southern Kemper Street Station.
Baggage is unloaded and passengers board viewliner sleepers on Amtrak's Southbound Crescent. Taken from the upper level of Lynchburg's Kemper Street Station
An old Southern Railway baggage cart still does his job thirty years after the Southern finally joined up with Amtrak.
Stationmaster G. R. Harper watches the Southbound Crescent coast into Lynchburg's Kemper Street Station
Southbound Crescent with a clear signal kicking up dust at 79 mph. Should be a quick evening run to New Orleans at this pace.
The westbound Crescent enters the double track at Taylor on NS.
Amtrak's Southbound Crescent passes under the signals at Durmid in Lynchburg, VA
Southbound Amtrak Crescent kicks up the fallen leaves as it passes through the turnout at Red Lane. Station stop in two miles.