Amtrak Train #66 from Newport News (VA) to Richmond Main Street Station (VA), Washington D. C., and then to Boston (MA), makes a station stop in Williamsburg, VA.
Train 66 arrives in Williamsburg at last light.
Heading for Newport News after departing from Richmond's Main Street Station
Amtrak 66 pulls into Kingston Station during the early morning hours of the day
Phase 3 "Heritage" unit in honor of Amtrak's 40th anniversary
Amtrak Regional Train #66 crosses over Hermitage Road after having just departed Main Street Station in downtown Richmond, with it next stop at the Staples Mill Road Station. May 2011.
Amtrak Regional Train #66 with Heritage unit approaches the station in Williamsburg, VA and then will proceed towards Boston, MA as its final destination. May 2011.
Train #66 is led by Amtrak's first heritage unit #145 in Phase III paint as it approaches Hermitage Road with the next stop at the Staples Mill Road Station. May 2011.
Amtrak Regional Train #66 With Heritage Phase II Engine #66 loads passengers in Williamsburg that are headed to Richmond and points north to Boston. April 2011.
Amtrak Heritage Phase II Engine #66 on Amtrak Regional Train #66 which originated in Newport News now passes through Richmond, VA with its next stop at the Staples Mill Road Station. April 2011.
Amtrak 204 leads train 66 around a curve as it exits a small cut barely a mile from its first scheduled station stop at Williamsburg, VA.
Amtrak 184 leads afternoon train 66 out of Williamsburg Virginia bound for Richmond, Fredericksburg and points north.
Amtrak 184 brings train 66 to a stop at the station in Williamsburg, VA.
What a lovely place to spend a few hours. Regional train 66 arrives dead on time, which was a complete shock to a fellow used to the late running Cardinal. The trackage against the station was u... (more)