Conrad Yelvington power seen at Sanford Florida from the old Amtrak Station now disused.
This GP-30 switches the Sanford facility
Routine maintenance is preformed on some superliners, while 508 waits for the 6 hour late Auto Train to arrive. One of the new auto racks is seen in the background.
The yard switcher moves an auto carrier into the maintenance shed.
The Auto-Train snakes onto the main, under the watchful eye of the switchman.
Northbound Auto-Train departs Sanford.
Amtrak PO92 just north of Auto Train Facility
Ex-AGR GP30 works inbound loaded rock trains in Sanford. The Leslie chimes, facing backwards, have been replaced since this photo.
Q456 eases north across Lake Monroe after stopping in Sanford's Rand Yard.
"Flyash Train of the Year", took it 7 days to run from New Orleans to Sanford due to a MS bridge fire.
Non-GE/H2 sets on the flyash train are rare....and very much appreciated.
Was this Amtrak's only "lightning stripe" unit?
Power from the arriving Auto Train backs into the shop for servicing.
Newly acquired from ALGF