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Sunset Limited near Morgan City, La.

One of a set of Kodak transparencies depicting scenes along the route of the Sunset Limited, October 1999.

Artwork for the South-Townhouse

Original promotional artwork depicting scenes from the South. Ink pen and watercolor on paper. Dates late 1970s.

Artwork for the South-Belle

Original promotional artwork depicting scenes from the South. Ink pen and watercolor on paper. Dates late 1970s.

Gulf Breeze button

Promotional button for the Gulf Breeze (New York-Birmingham-Mobile). Metal button with pin; measures approximately 2" by 2". Dates from the late 1980s-early 1990s.

Carolinian button

Promotional button for the Carolinian. Metal button with pin; measures approximately 1 3/4" by 2 3/4".

Auto Train 10 Year Anniversary button.

Promotional button made to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the Amtrak Auto Train in 1993. Metal button with pin; measures approximately 3" across.

Architectural detail of Lorton Auto Train station, 2000.

Color photograph that focuses on the iconic palm-like design of the pillar capitals in front of the Lorton station.

Lorton Auto Train station, 2000.

Panoramic view of the Lorton Auto Train station, looking toward the entrance. Photograph taken for marketing materials in 2000.

Lorton Auto Train Station, 2000

Panoramic photo of the Lorton Auto Train facility, taken from near the platform in 2000. Part of a photo shoot for marketing materials.

Southern Crescent Timetable, 1978

Two-color printed timetable, from April 1978, issued by Southern Railway shortly after petitioning to discontinue the Southern Crescent. From the Ann Owens Collection. Southern ran this route between Washington, D.C. and New Orleans between 1970 and 1979, at which time it was turned over to Amtrak. The route continues running today as the Crescent. Today's train is the lineal descendant of the Washington & Southwestern Vestibuled Limited, inaugurated on January 4, 1891, by the Richmond and Danville.