Lee was inside the historical society's main building with Tyler. There, he met Bill, William, Brian, Susan, and Cindy.
Tyler: Gentlemen, and Bill's girls. Bill: *Laughs with Susan, and Cindy* Tyler: This man, Lee Brent, came all the way here from Flemington New Jersey aboard his switcher named Ethan. Lee: Norfolk Southern's been trying to catch me. I met up with a steam engine named Lauren who told me to join you guys. She says you're planning to find a man named Robert Snyder. Brian: Yes we are. Lee: But from what I understand, your other engines are not running, and Jessica is the only one who...
Dragovich and Josh met up with Buick at a train station.
Buick: They're not here. Dragovich: I know, I told you! This is the wrong Lexington. They're in Kentucky. Buick: I'm sorry for not listening. Josh: Why can't we just leave them alone? Buick: You're worse than Squires. Hurry up now. We must move.
Back in Roanoke.
NS Employee 75: *Staring at the bird* Gordon: *Walks over towards him* What do you see? NS Employee 75: That bird has been there for well over half an hour. Gordon: You mean it hasn't moved? NS Employee 75: Yes. Gordon: I think you should come with me. We're going to talk...
As Jeff, and Bryce were leaving Knoxville with their freight train, they began to go parallel to the road again.
Jeff: If Lee didn't pass by here, I hope he comes by soon.
Lee was actually behind Jeff, and Bryce. He, and Janet had to stop for fuel.
Janet: Who was that guy in the red car? Lee: I wish I knew. You don't have to tag along anymore if you don't want to, I think the next police station is- Janet: But I do want to keep going with you. This is beginning to get exciting. Lee: You sure you want to go all the way to Norfolk? Janet: Positive. Lee: Okay. Check the tank. Janet: *Takes the hose out...
Dragovich, and Josh were heading down the line in hot pursuit.
Dragovich: Okay, so they're out of Chatanooga, but they're not gonna make it to Norfolk. Josh: They're far ahead of us. How do we stop them? Dragovich: We'll catch up eventually. They have to stop to fill up the journal boxes on their freight cars with oil while they stop to fuel up. We don't have any journal boxes to worry about with freight cars. We just have to fill up our boxes on our trucks while refueling. Josh: Okay. That's a good idea.
Jeff & Bryce: *Refueling at a depot* Jeff: How are the journal boxes...
Janet continued driving. Lee, Janet, Jeff, and Bryce had just exited Knoxville. The next town they had to get to was Roanoke.
Janet: What's in the bag? Lee: When we stopped at the gas station, I got us a sprite, and gummy life savers. Janet: Ooh. I'm starving. Can you take over? Lee: Yeah. Janet: *Stops on the side of the road*
They got out, and switched seats.
Lee: *Opens a can of sprite, and puts it in the left cup holder* Okay, you can put yours in the right cup holder. Let's do this. *Drives* Buick: *Turns onto their road, and follows from an intersection* I sure am sneaky. That short cut put me...
Lee: Okay, the road is starting to move away from your tracks again. Good luck you guys. Jeff: We'll be fine. Bryce: Just make sure no one follows you. Buick: *Talks through a loudspeaker* It's too late for that Lee Brent!! Look behind you. Lee: *Looks back, and sees Buick Baltimore, following him in a red Ford Fusion*
Lee: Let's see if he likes the dirt roads. *Drifts to the right, onto a dirt road* Buick: *Follows* Janet: It's a bit narrow, don't you think? Lee: Nope. *Drifts to the left* NS Employee: *Driving...
Lee continued driving his car, but the road was moving further from the railroad tracks.
Lee: *Sees a wedding car* Bride: *Steps in front of Lee* Lee: *Brakes*
The bride was Janet Gunray. She stepped into Lee's car.
Janet: Floor it! Bill: *Drives as fast as he can* What was that about? Janet: Bad marriage. Bill: With who? Janet: Someone my parents forced me to marry. Take me to the police. Bill: I'm afraid I can't do that. I need to get to Norfolk Virginia, it's urgent business. Janet: It'll only take a minute. Bill: Not enough time ma'am, I can't even waste half a minute. Janet: You're going 120, I think...