331 on 3-30. While single-motor CSX rack trains are the norm in this region, this is no ordinary rack train. These 28 loads are from Auto Train, which derailed in Rocky Mount the day before. The p... (more)
Amtrak's Auto Train had a mishap in Rocky Mount, causing the rear racks to derail yet remain upright. CSXT lent a hand in getting the racks back to Sanford.
Amtrak's Auto Train had a mishap in Rocky Mount, causing the rear racks to derail yet remain upright. 24 hours after they were due with their passengers, which continued south without the racks, ... (more)
The first half of 2015 was pretty amazing around Central Florida, with FEC lease units running amok. Here, a SunRail "work" train running from Sanford Auto Train crosses back over to &q... (more)
The first half of 2015 was pretty amazing around Central Florida, with FEC lease units running amok. Here, Amtrak's "Silver Meteor" rolls past a pair of visitors. The FEC lease ended a... (more)
Seen in their final full year of operation, the "original" Auto Train Auto Carriers had seen better days. The 9114 was removed from the roster wearing Phase III. This particular car was... (more)
This GP9 was resting by the Conrad Yelvington aggregate plant, which was near the old Sanford Amtrak Station just down the street from the Auto Train station.
Tardy "Silver Meteor" with the Veterans unit leading the way...just behind me, on the other side of the overpass, is AMTK 145 sitting at the Auto Train switch and down the road ahead is ... (more)
Daily Auto Train pulls from Sanford....had to look closely, but the font on the number board it slightly different to most in that class.
Car are lining up for the 4:00 pm departure north.
Can't tell from the shot, but this is a weekend run of SunRail, running hourly all day.
While the month of May sees the famous Ringling circus trains on their final moves, it also sees the Strates carnival train once again headed north from their home in Orlando (Taft) to points nort... (more)
The signal mast that CFRC constructed for the signal at "Sanford" has eternally marred the shot of Auto Train departing the platform.....but it can still be a neat shot.
One of the regular Pooch-wannabe units assigned to Auto Train service is reacting to the throttle as the train has cleared the switch out of their facility onto the main.