Tri-Rail at the old Miami Airport stop.
Tri-Rail's facility in Hialeah had a variety of equipment outside the shop, including F40PHL-2 805, two GP49H-3s and a bi-level DMU.
Two of Tri-Rail's retired F40PHL-2s, 804 and 801 sit tucked away from the rest of the herd in the yard.
Amtrak Oddball: The 10501 is a former US Army hospital car that surprisingly made it into Phase IV. It was still in use at the time as a classroom and was quite a unique in having outlasted... (more)
Tri-Rail four-axle Diesel-electric locomotive Brookville BL36PH #825 with a commuter train at night at the new Miami Airport station, opened in April 2015. Tri-Rail is the launch customer of this ... (more)
A Metrorail 4-car train of the "orange line", bound for Miami Airport, is arriving at Culmer Station on a nice evening. These "Transit America" cars were built by the Budd Comp... (more)
A Northbound Metrorail 4-car train is crossing the bridge over Miami River, the highest bridge in the MDTA system, between Brickell and Government Center. These "Transit America" cars we... (more)
FEC SD40-2s 710 and 709 head back to the yard at Hialeah from the Port of Miami, light power, unfortunately! They're seen here banging across the diamond with CSXT's Miami Sub at Iris.
FEC’s Train 109 in North Miami at the Little River Wye.
FEC Port Job
A beautiful day in downtown Miami sees the Florida East Coast Railroad "Port Job" shoving a cut of cars past the palm trees and back into the Port of Miami Terminal.
A Miami Metrorail on the new Airport extension. These cars are rolling their last miles as they are due to be retired.
Tri Rail commuter train departs Miami northbound.
A beautiful day in downtown Miami sees the Florida East Coast Railroad "Port Job" resting in the Port of Miami Terminal Yard before getting clearance off Dodge Island.