Amtrak Train 156 departing Roanoke on Labor Day Weekend Sunday morning. Eastbound past N&W East End Shop with downtown Roanoke in the background.
Amtrak 156 speeds through the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains on its way towards Lynchburg and eventually, Washington DC. The only P42 wearing the new phase six scheme leads the train.
Amtrak train 156 is led by heritage unit 145 as it speeds towards Washington DC on a beautiful spring morning.
Amtrak 46 "Connecting America for 50 Years" leads train 156 out of Roanoke, VA on a sunny early spring morning. The famed Dr. Pepper and H&C coffee signs can be seen on the left side of... (more)
Amtrak 203 "See Tracks Think Train" idles in the station at Roanoke, VA. There was a snowstorm on the way as evident by the flurries
Amtrak train 156 speeds under the Blue Ridge Parkway on an absolutely beautiful morning.
Amtrak 156 heads north through Monroe, VA with the 46 "Connecting America for 50 Years" locomotive.
Amtrak Northeast "Roanoke" Regional train 016 crossing the Buckingham Branch-Norfolk Southern diamond at Charlottesville.
Amtrak 156 gets ready to blast off from Roanoke, with Amtrak 161 on point.
Amtrak 156 gets ready to depart Roanoke, with Amtrak 161, the 50th anniversary phase one heritage scheme, on point.
Amtrak Operation Lifesaver 50 Years of Rail Safety Education locomotive #203 leading the Roanoke Regional under the new Gilbert Station Road bridge as the snow begins to accumulate.
Amtrak Northeast Regional train 156 (NS 016) arriving at Charlottesville.
Amtrak Regional train 156 is seen departing Roanoke and passing the old N&W East End Locomotive Shops.
Amtrak Northeast Regional number 156 waits for passengers at the platform in Roanoke, VA before beginning its journey north on June 21, 2020.
Amtrak Northeast Regional Train 156 operates an extra day on Labor Day while it passes the signal at N 217.5 from Roanoke.