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.
A Metrorail service speeds over and past traffic northbound. These 30 year old cars among the last built by Budd are due to be replaced by 2016-2018 by replacement stock from AnsaldoBreda.
An MDTA train departs famous Coconut grove heading back to Miami. This route follows the original FEC right of way that once ran to Key West, also running along side US 1.
A four car set of Budd cars heads south after crossing the Miami river. The Metrorail route from downtown south follows the original FEC route to Dadeland South.
A set of old Budd cars rolls across the highest bridge on the MDTA system. These cars were the last rapid transit cars ever built by Budd, will be replaced in the years ahead.
Passing past the future site of "All Aboard Florida's" great Miami Central station. Soon a massive station will rise into the air ushering in a new era in passenger rail transport.
The FEC Port train is rolling off the restored bridge to the Port of Miami as Miami Dade PD monitors the crossings. The FEC has recently restored service to P of M as part of port improvements
FEC Port Job heads across Port Blvd for the bridge to Dogde Island to work the Port of Miami.
Return to the port! The FEC resumed service to the improved Port of Miami earlier this year, after many years of no trains. The FEC rebuilt the line in 2013-2014.
The FEC resumed service to the Port of Miami in 2015 after years of no trains. The FEC rebuilt the tracks and bridge to the port.