Shiny E60 leads the Crescent south on the day before Thanksgiving, 1988.
The southbound Crescent's journey is almost over as the sinking sun starts to put on a show on this most scenic portion of the route.
The Crescent races along Lake Pontchartrain on this scenic final stretch of a long journey.
In a different view, the southbound Crescent has just entered into the Magic City and prepares for its daily station stop in Birmingham with some of the city’s skyscrapers in the background and th... (more)
Running behind schedule or on time depending on your interpretation, the Southbound Crescent AMTK 19 glides over the last few hundred feet of track before pulling into the Birmingham Amtrak statio... (more)
Clear block at Moore, as the "Crescent" arrives at Manassas, at sunset
Running nine and half hours late as a result from a NS derailment in Gastonia, Amtrak's sounthbound Crescent
races to its next stop in Atlanta. F40PH's 267 and 300
hustle their train for the ult... (more)
Running on time today, the southbound Crescent pulls into Birmingham for a quick station stop before blasting off with the P... (more)
With a station stop at Birmingham now complete, the Southbound Crescent begins the departure from the Magic City and leaves the skyline behind while it passes the more)
Agony of defeat With its station stop in the Magic City complete, the southbound Crescent lead by heritage painted Amtrak 156... (more)
Pointless Arrow Also known as the “inverted arrow”, Amtrak’s first logo could be see alongside locomotives and passenger cars beginning in 1971 and was synonymous with Amtrak until late 2... (more)
Amtrak's phase 1 schemed P42DC number 156 guides it's train into the station at Birmingham.
The Crescent highballs through Heflin on 'Black Friday.'
Just a few hundred feet past its Tuscaloosa station stop, the New Orleans-bound Crescent bangs across the former GM&O, now just a stump that ends on the city's south side.
The crew of Amtrak #19, led by F40PHR #328, has just snagged orders from the 13th Street operator