In the 1970s, the southbound Crescent did not get to Hattiesburg until very late in the afternoon, which could be a problem on short winter days. That's why the approach to the Leaf River Bridge ... (more)
It is still hard to believe that the Southern Crescent had to call at this pitiful remnant of Terminal Station. Built in 1909, and torn down in 1969 (just 5 years before this photo), Terminal Sta... (more)
I played 'catch the sun' all weekend on one of my few trips to Tuscaloosa way back when. As the Crescent rolled in from Birmingham, it was overcast as heck. A few minutes later, a brief sweet sp... (more)
Ready to leave Washington with the New York section of the "Southern Crescent". Trespassing? Yep.
One of the dwindling numbers of AEM-7s left in service leads the Southbound Crescent over the ice-choked Delaware River into Morrisville, PA
Battered but still beautiful, 6907 and another green E8A bracket a pair of black FP7As on the southbound Crescent as it slides past Tuscaloosa's turreted station on a hazy late spring day in Alaba... (more)
The Northbound and Southbound Crecents meet at Levittown as Amtrak really picks up the traffic.
PC 4879 ready to take the Ney York section of the Crescent North