Trains 30 & 31, National Limited

From May 1, 1971, until November 14, 1971, the train was known as the Spirit of St. Louis. The train ended service on September 30 (or October 1, when the trains reached their destinations), 1979

Kansas City Terminal

Kansas City (Sheffield) to Independence

Independence to Jefferson City (via Sedalia)

Jefferson City to Iron Mountain Junction

Iron Mountain Junction to Grand Avenue (St. Louis)

Grand Avenue to Gratiot (St. Louis)

Gratiot to Q Tower

Q Tower to St. Elmo

St. Elmo to Terre Haute

Terre Haute to CP IJ (indianapolis)

Downtown Indianapolis

Washington Street to Richmond

Richmond to Dayton

Dayton to Xenia

Xenia to London

London to Columbus

Columbus to Newark

Newark to Dennison

Dennison to Mingo Junction

Mingo Junction to Weirton Junction

Weirton Junction to Carnegie

Carnegie to Glanford/Esplen

Glanford/Esplen to Pittsburgh South Side Junction

Pittsburgh South Side Junction to Pittsburgh Penn Station

Until July 12, 1971, the Broadway Limited was combined with the Spirit of St. Louis, between Pittsburgh and New York.

Pittsburgh Penn Station to CP Bloom

CP Bloom to Union Junction

Union Junction to ConPit

ConPit to Harrisburg

Amtrak's National Limited originally had a section providing service to Washington, DC, that ran via the Port Road from Harrisburg until October 26, 1975 when it was re-routed via Philadelphia (see below).

CP Hip to CP Shocks via Enola

CP Harris to CP Shocks

CP Shocks to CP Cola

CP Cola to Perryville

Arsenal (Philadelphia) to Newark, DE

Perryville to Newark, DE

Baltimore to Perryville

Landover to Baltimore

New York Avenue to Landover

Washington Union Terminal (Virginia Avenue Junction to New York Avenue)

Harrisburg to Royalton

Royalton to Parkesburg

Zoo Interlocking (Philadelphia) to Parkesburg

Zoo Interlocking to 30th Street (Philadelphia)

Zoo Interlocking to North Philadelphia

North Philadelphia to Frankford Junction

Frankford Junction to Trenton

Rahway to Trenton

Hunter to Rahway

Kearney Connection to Hunter

Penn Station (New York City) to Kearney Connection

Penn Station (New York City)