Pinsly's FCEN is returning from Taft, leaving the CFRC main with 48 cars a day prior to Christmas Eve, hence the daytime run, staying ahead of the holiday. They would repeat this move the followi... (more)
The first Sunday of 2019 finds FCEN in need of an extra run with work backed up, so they fired up #50 and got to it. Worked the entire length of "The Park" on the Silver Star Branch bef... (more)
A pair of CSX units wait in a yard in Orlando for orders.
Disney's Monorail service began in 1971 and originally used the Mk IV monorail built by Martin Marietta. In 1989 the park switched to using the Mk VI monorail which was built by Bombardier Transp... (more)
Under turbulent skies, Disney's Monorail Silver departs the station at the main parking lot for the Magic Kingdom and heads towards the Epcot park.
Disney operates 12 different monorail trains which move people between parking lots and two parks (Magic Kingdom and EPCOT). They are all named by the colors on the train, with this one being Mono... (more)
It is early in the morning at Disney as Monorail Peach arrives at the Magic Kingdom station. Soon the walkway will be jammed with kids and adults looking to have a great time in the park.
FCEN's Taft Turn job is running engines light off the Silver Star Branch (aka The Park) to pick up their train to interchange with CSXT. Running 12 hours early ahead of their Christmas holiday.
In 2018, I think this shot presented itself a grand total of four times in daylight. Today, FCEN is running 12 hours early ahead of the holidays to get their cars interchanged to & from CSXT at T... (more)
Amtrak's "Silver Star" heads down #1 track thru "Antique Row". A lot of personal history along this block, the now-shuttered Harmon Photo is where a majority of my slide & pri... (more)
The billboard advertises "Halloween Horror Nights"....and the grey heron that impacted the cab of the "Silver Star" this morning unfortunately adds a bit of horror to this scen... (more)
Amtrak's "Silver Star" negotiates the changing face of downtown Orlando. They are seen passing thru the "Lynx" SunRail station.
The latest addition to the O&NW roster is this ex-SAL GP9 #1912 (which once wore the TVRM #102) which will see a return to a SAL "Citrus"-inspired paint it once wore (as a highhood unit)... (more)
1802, now sporting a remote control unit, is heading up a daylight run to Taft, grabbing 7063 off the Silver Star Branch to get it in place for another job.