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Southern Railway Southerner train ran from New Orleans to New York City. Southern Railway Southerner Two EMD E-6 "A" units pull the Southern Railway Southerner train, southbound over Lake Pontchartrain. The photo is undated, but likely from the late 1940s/early 1950s. The Southerner operated from 1941 to 1970. The train used Pullman-Standard cars, delivered to Southern in March, 1941. By 1970, ridership on the Southerner and its companion route, the Crescent, dwindled. Southern Railway combined the two routes. They re-named the combined service the "Southern Crescent." The Southern Crescent ran from 1970 until Amtrak took over passenger service in 1971....
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