Return of the Port Job engines to Hialeah Yard.
MDTA Orange Line approaching Miami International Airport station.
The "Port Job" returns to Hialeah Yard through Iris mp 365.5, the CSX-FEC diamond in Miami.
O721 is bouncing some local manifest towards the few intermediate customers CSX has left on the Homestead Subdivision, with an oddball MOW gondola in between. Before the economy slumped, another l... (more)
Spotting and buffing season is setting in nicely in South Florida, with a lucky running meet of P634 and P629 documented at Hialeah Drive.
No FEC trains, so after getting called in by a concerned citizen for being photography terrorists and having a very pleasant talk with Miami's finest, we lucked into a CSX train running in dayligh... (more)
Business is flat in Miami, but it is not uncommon to bag rock trains running over the weekend with odd K-symbols on the Homestead Sub, such as this one with K995's train bound for Krome. Some FRKX... (more)
The "Port Job" at the Port of Miami makes final preparations prior to departing for Hialeah Yard.
Caught the port train on Dodge Island rolling into the port container loading ramp. Dodge island is man made and named for someone who asked what the name of the island was.
My first day at Miami Bellydance Convention, but before I dance it's time to check out the new FEC port spur. I love the Champion scheme!
A Metrorail green line service departs right behind an orange line service (look closely) ahead of it. Trains were bunched up, two trains every 20-30 minutes as opposed to every 10 due to MOW.
Southernmost Point on the interconnected American passenger rail system. If one were to take a rail only journey in the USA this is as far south you can go via passenger trains.