The first Carolinian to travel beyond Raleigh Union Station to New York after the April COVID-19 suspension.
In Amtrak's first summer, Penn Central P2b class electrics built in 1929 and 1930 for the Cleveland Union terminal electrification still powered Empire Service trains south of Croton-Harmon. This ... (more)
Empire Service trains under Penn Central were rather modest affairs. Albany-New York train 80 consisted of an E8 and just two cars as it emerged from the short single track tunnel at Garrison, NY,... (more)
The Carolinian heads Northbound through Woodbridge with Amtrak Heritage #145 on point as a Southbound auto train passes.
Dashing through the snow.... The Carolinian rolls through the heavy snow only yards away from the Amtrak Station to pick up weary holiday travelers.
Northbound Carolinian train 80 crosses over South McDowell Street on its way out of Raleigh and on to New York.
Eastbound on Guelph Subdivision east of Acton
Amtrak 80 rolls into Greensboro on a beautiful spring day.
The north bound Carolinian switches from track 2 to track 1 at the 11th Street interlocking in Salisbury, NC, 40 miles NE of Charlotte on NS's Piedmont Division. The Salisbury Switcher waits to en... (more)