- Colonial (PRR train), a Pennsylvania Railroad ran between Washington, DC and New York City, and was last operated in 1973 by Amtrak.
- Colonial (Amtrak 1976), an Amtrak train that began running between Newport News, Virginia and New York in 1976. After various changes, it was renamed the Old Dominion in 1992, and is now part of Amtrak's Northeast Regional.
- Colonial (Amtrak 1997), an Amtrak train that began running from Richmond, Virginia to New York train in 1977 and eventually became part of the Northeast Regional.
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