The Atlantic City Express was an Amtrak train that ran from both New York City and Washington, D.C. to Atlantic City, New Jersey, in the Northeastern United States. The train operated on the Northeast Corridor from New York City and Washington, D.C. to 30th Street Station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where it went east to Atlantic City. The train made several local stops at Amtrak stations along the route. The train started service in May 1989, after Amtrak spent extra Northeast Corridor improvement funds to rehabilitate the Atlantic City Line from Philadelphia to Atlantic City. The train was designed to provide service to gamblers and vacationers.

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  • The Atlantic City Express was an Amtrak train that ran from both New York City and Washington, D.C. to Atlantic City, New Jersey, in the Northeastern United States. The train operated on the Northeast Corridor from New York City and Washington, D.C. to 30th Street Station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where it went east to Atlantic City. The train made several local stops at Amtrak stations along the route. The train started service in May 1989, after Amtrak spent extra Northeast Corridor improvement funds to rehabilitate the Atlantic City Line from Philadelphia to Atlantic City. The train was designed to provide service to gamblers and vacationers. Amtrak also operated some through services from Atlantic City to Richmond, Virginia and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. All Amtrak service to Atlantic City was discontinued on April 1, 1995. The following day New Jersey Transit started operating local trains between Philadelphia and Atlantic City. When Amtrak ran the express service, New Jersey Transit trains ran only between Atlantic City and Lindenwold. (en)
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  • An Atlantic City Express train at Atlantic City in 1989
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  • The Atlantic City Express was an Amtrak train that ran from both New York City and Washington, D.C. to Atlantic City, New Jersey, in the Northeastern United States. The train operated on the Northeast Corridor from New York City and Washington, D.C. to 30th Street Station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where it went east to Atlantic City. The train made several local stops at Amtrak stations along the route. The train started service in May 1989, after Amtrak spent extra Northeast Corridor improvement funds to rehabilitate the Atlantic City Line from Philadelphia to Atlantic City. The train was designed to provide service to gamblers and vacationers. (en)
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  • Atlantic City Express (Amtrak train) (en)
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