Amtrak 74 heads east through Efland on a pleasant Fall afternoon.
From one state agency (WSDOT) to another (NCDOT) WSDOT Cascades F59PHI 470 is leading NCDOT Piedmont train No. 74 at East Durham, NC. They also have one of the California Surfliner's F59PHI No. 46... (more)
RNCX 1869 The City of Durham leads 74 by me in a spot at Harrisburg, NC. He is going into a nice curve here and it really let's you get a good picture.
AMTRAK 74 zooms past by me at Haydock it was set that 74 would meet NS 213 here. As you can see 213 waiting for 74 in the background. RNCX 1869 the City of Durham was set up for push service. The ... (more)
Amtrak 74 one of two northbound Piedmonts normally uses equipment owned by the North Carolina Department of Transportation but on this day 74 is using Amtrak equipment from train 80 that was cance... (more)
Spotting trains in the Charlotte area.
The RNCX 1797 stops for passengers in Burlington. The Station originally opened in 1868 as a large locomotive repair shop by the North Carolina Railroad. In 1895 the station was acquired by the S... (more)
The RNCX 1810 "City of Greensboro" leads the Amtrak 74 east over the 70/I-85 connector near Efland.
Running right on time at 1:55pm, Amtrak's midday Piedmont arrives into downtown Burlington for the station stop
North Carolina's Amtrak train 74 bolts through Thomasville, N.C.
The NCDOT 1859 City of High Point leads the Amtrak 74 east through Mebane at approximately 78 mph.
Amtrak's midday Piedmont train departs the Raleigh station after dropping off passengers for the last stop of the day.
On-time Piedmont arrives to the Amtrak station in Burlington with the "City Of Burlington" on the point leading a rare double header lashup!
Amtrak 74 pauses in the new Durham Amtrak Station on a rainy fall night. The city's new bus station is in the foreground, part of a renewed emphasis on public transportation.
Panning after sunset.