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Rails of Richmond 

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From steam engines to high-speed dreams, more than 180 years of railroad history have left indelible tracks on the city.
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An Amtrak train, a familiar sight in Ashland.
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From the flood wall in Manchester, a heavily graffitied train sits idle over the James River.
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A CSX train near Rockett's Landing.
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From Hollywood Cemetery, a CSX train snakes through heavy vegetation.
Night train crosses Hermitage Road.
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A Norfolk Southern train near Manchester.
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A CSX train along the canal in Shockoe Bottom
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An abandoned car near Scott's Addition.
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A CSX train along the canal in Shock Bottom.
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Tracks near ACCA yard.
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Tracks in Ashland
A Norfolk Southern engine with the City of Richmond in the backdrop.
Passenger train in Ashland.
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Near Westwood Ave.
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