A Bryant Turn returns with finished cane to Clewiston, passing a pacing stretch along US 98/441 near Belle Glade.
A GP38AC works the Belle Glade mill, which unfortunately does not receive sugar cane via rail, but rather by truck. However, the mill does receive other rail cars regularly.
A loaded sugar cane train from Bryant zooms though downtown Belle Glade with loads for the Clewiston mill.
A loaded sugar cane train from Bryant heads toward Belle Glade and eventually the Clewiston mill for unloading.
Sugar cane heads toward the mill in Clewiston, FL, and the scale of the cane hauling operation becomes apparent when one compares the 18-wheelers on the right to the train on the left.
A loaded cane train makes its way south toward Belle Glade and eventually the large Clewiston mill.
Bryant Turn # 4 returning towards Clewiston's mills with cane loads.
The Bryant Turn #4 heads for the huge Clewiston mill which is over 30 miles away with loads of fresh cane. US Sugar is the only sugar company in the United States that still hauls cane by rail. D... (more)
USSC hauling empty sugar cane cars back to load
USSC hauling sugar cane back to Bryant plant