Prettiest station on Metro Rail Vizcaya. Train approaching station to drop off and pick up awaiting passengers. Science Museum as well as the Vizcaya Estate including the infamous coral castle.
This is the Miami Airport Station, the newest on the metro rail. This will be part of a multi mode transportation station in the future, that will include commuter trains and Amtrak.
An orange line southbound service rolls over traffic approaching Dadeland North.
MDT green line train departs Vizcaya northbound for downtown Miami and eventually Palmetto. These Budd cars have served the system since 1984, replacements due 2015-17.
Rails over Miami...a MDTA train soars over expressways and off ramps, departing downtown for Dadeland South. This is the highest bridge on the system.
Over the Miami River. Metrorail passes high over the river where the FEC line once had a drawbridge. Metrorail was 30 years old as of May 20th, 2014.
A southbound train blasts out of skyscraper canyons of downtown Miami. The route is elevated most of the way except for a few small sections at ground level.
Where the FEC once ran to Key West, Metrorail runs above today. The system has recent added a line to the airport and new stock is coming soon.
Green line train departs South Miami station bound for Dadeland south. These cars have rolled on the system for 30 years and were among the last built by Budd. Replacements arrive in 2015.
It's so Miami! An Orange Line train bound for the new airport extension departs tropical destination of Vizcaya. These cars will be replaced by new stock from AnsaldoBreda 2015-2017.
A metrorail train rushes out of Government Center. The area on the right is the planned site for the terminal of the FEC's All Aboard Florida project. These cars are due to be replaced in 2016.
A set of Bud cars among the last ever made for transit arrives at the tropical destination of Vizcaya with the Miami skyline in the distance.
A train arrives at Dadeland South. This is the southernmost active train / transit station in the United States that is connected to the rest of the United States rail network.