Amtrak Northeast Regional 171 is seen departing Alexandria, Virginia. The train originated in Boston and will terminate in Roanoke, Virginia later in the evening.
The rolling red billboard, leading Northeast Regional train 171, is about to be overtaken by an Acela consist as both trains approach Edison station on the NEC.
Big Mac and Coke: The Coca-Cola Wrapped ACS-64, #606, sits under the Golden Arches at the Trenton Transit Center on Thursday, December 19, 2019.
Amtrak Regional 171 passes through downtown Attleboro and the commuter rail station at 125 mph. The locomotive has a temporary Coca Cola wrap that was applied for the holiday season.
A bit of fall foliage still clings to a few trees along the banks of the Raritan while Amtrak's rolling red billboard crosses high above the river.
Northeast Regional on its way to Roanoke
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A double header leads train 171 through New London.
Train 171, the Colonial
Southbound Northeast Regional to Lynchburg
The southbound Northeast Regional to Lynchburg passes under the recently-installed new signals at Clifton; note family trainwatching at the left.
Southbound Northeast Regional heading for Lynchburg about to pass under the soon-to-be-replaced former Southern Railway signal bridge