Carolinian and Piedmont
- This article is about a train. For the Austronesian language, see Carolinian language.
The Carolinian is a 704-mile (1133 km) daily passenger train operated by Amtrak between Charlotte, North Carolina and New York City. The train does not have a sleeping car because it does not operate in the overnight hours. The train leaves its origin station (Charlotte or New York) in the morning and arrives at its final destination in the evening. On-Board services include coach, business class, and dinette cars.
The Piedmont provides an additional trip over the 173-mile (278 km) section of the line between Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina. There is one train a day leaving Raleigh at 7:05am, arriving in Charlotte by 10:14am. It begins the return journey from Charlotte at 5:30pm and returns to Raleigh at 8:40pm.
- Amtrak Northeast Corridor, New York to Washington
- CSX Landover Subdivision, RF&P Subdivision, Richmond Terminal Subdivision, North End Subdivision, and South End Subdivision, Washington to Selma
- NS, Selma to Charlotte
The Carolinian runs as train 79 southbound and 80 northbound; the Piedmont is 73 southbound and 74 northbound. The following station stops are made:
- Rocky Mount
- High Point
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