Seaboard Coast Line

Nos. 1 and 2 (Miami-Richmond, Virginia)

Florida Special Amtrak operated

Nos. 5 and 6 (Miami-Albany, Georgia)

City of Miami Discontinued

Nos. 9 and 10 (Richmond-Columbia, South Carolina)

Palmland  Discontinued

Nos. 11 and 12 (Miami-Montgomery, Alabama)

South Wind Amtrak operated

Nos. 21 and 22 (Richmond-Miami)

Silver Star Amtrak operated

Nos. 23 and 24 (Jacksonville-St. Petersburg, Florida)

Silver Star Amtrak operated

Nos. 39 and 40 (Jacksonville-Chattahoochee, Florida)

Gulf Wind Discontinued

Nos. 57 and 58 (Richmond-Miami)

Nos. 75 and 76 (Richmond-Jacksonville)

Gulf Coast Special Discontinued

Nos. 81 and 82 (Tampa-Venice, Florida)

Nos. 85 and 86 (Richmond-Jacksonville)

Everglades Discontinued

Nos. 89 and 90 (Montgomery-Waycross, Georgia)

Champion  Discontinued

Nos. 91 and 92 (Richmond-St. Peterburg)

Champion Amtrak operated

Nos. 93 and 94 (Jacksonville-St. Petersburg)

City of Miami/South Wind Amtrak operated in part

Nos. 97 and 98 (Lakeland and Naples, Florida)

Champion  Discontinued

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Notes:

Seaboard Coast Line trains used Broad Street Station in Richmond, Virginia. Through trains were conveyed between Richmond and Washington, D.C., by the Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac and north of Washington by Penn Central.

The Florida Special was a seasonal train that made its last northbound run April 11-12 and its last southbound run on April 13-14. It began Amtrak operation on Dec. 17, 1971. On the SCL it operated Richmond-Callahan, Georgia (ex-Atlantic Coast Line) and Callahan-Miami (ex-Seaboard Air Line.

The City of Miami operated very other day in conjunction with the Central of Georgia and Illinois Central.

The Palmland operated Richmond-Petersburg (ex-ACL), Petersburg-Columbia (ex-SAL).

The South Wind continued north of Montgomery to Louisville, Kentucky. Penn Central operated a connecting train between Louisville and Chicago. Through cars between Chicago and Florida via the South Wind had ended. On SCL, the South Wind operated Montgomery-Auburndale, Florida (ex-ACL), Auburndale-Miami (ex-SAL).

The Silver Star operated Richmond-Petersburg, Virginia (ex-ACL) and Petersburg-Raleigh-Miami (ex-SAL). Amtrak rerouted Miami section from Savannah-Auburndale via Ocala (ex-SAL) to Savannah-Auburndale via Orlando (ex-ACL). The St. Petersburg section operated Jacksonville-Orlando-Tampa (ex-ACL); Tampa-Clearwater, Florida (ex-SAL); and Clearwater-St. Petersburg (ex-ACL)

The Gulf Wind operated between Jacksonville and New Orleans in conjunction with the Louisville & Nashville. The SCL route was ex-SAL.

The Silver Meteor operated Richmond-Petersburg (ex-ACL); and Petersburg-Raleigh-Miami (ex-SAL).

The Gulf Coast Special operated over an ex-ACL route south of Richmond.

Nos. 81 and 82 operated Tampa-Bradenton (ex-ACL), Bradenton-Venice (ex-SAL).

The Everglades operated via the ex-ACL.

Nos. 89 and 90 used an ex-ACL route west of Waycross.

Nos. 91 and 92 operated Richmond-Tampa (ex-ACL), Tampa-Clearwater (ex-SAL), Clearwater-St. Petersburg (ex-ACL).

Nos. 93 and 94 operated Jacksonville-St. Petersburg via Gainesville, Florida (ex-ACL). Amtrak rerouted the train to Jacksonville-Tampa via Orlando (ex-ACL), Tampa-Clearwater (ex-SAL) and Clearwater-St. Petersburg (ex-SAL). The City of Miami was discontinued.

Nos. 97 and 98 operated via Bartow (ex-ACL).

 

 

 

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