The view out the back of the American View, zipping up the corridor on a rainy night.
One of the original Viewliner prototypes, which happens to be the last passenger car shell manufactured by Budd, is now a theater/inspection car named "American View." It was originally... (more)
We've been spotted by some folks in the rear of Amtrak's "American View" inspection car as Sunset Limited #2 rolls eastward through Belt Jct (technically South Belt Jct, CP H830) on its way to New... (more)
American View is a Viewliner Theater Car created by the Beech Grove shops from prototype Viewliner Sleeper 2301, which was one of the last passenger car shells produced by the Budd Company in the ... (more)
"Amtrak's American View at NYP" Amtrak's Viewliner based Inspection/Theatre car "American View" sits on the rear of Amtrak 98 in New York Penn Station awaiting to head to Sunnyside Yard. Am... (more)
Amtrak "American View" #10004 is a home built Theater car created from one of the two prototype Viewliner Sleepers. The seats are recycled Superliner prototype seats and the carpet stil... (more)
Amtrak's Theater Car, the "American View," completes a trip on the tail end of The Vermonter with this stop in St. Albans. The Lake Champlain region often provides wonderful suns... (more)
Amtrak Viewliner Theater Car #10004, named American View, sits in Washington Union Station before going out on a trip up the corridor.