The second rail train to be handled by Pinsly's FCEN is wrapping up a four-day project before heading back to their home rails. You can see where the new SunRail platform will be, parking will be... (more)
Auto Train arrives with three 800-series locomotives this morning, passing what will be the platform for the new SunRail station (about halfway back in the train). The scenery has been changing q... (more)
The road power has just shoved the second cut of passenger cars to the platform while the yard switcher has already grabbed all the auto cars off the rear of the train and is waiting to yard those... (more)
456 at 4:56PM approx!
Switching out some cars for Auto Train.
In 2012, our OUC coal trains have dropped from an average of five per week to maybe five per month, IF that. This loaded train is easing out of the siding headed to the plant.
Loaded racks pass storage racks.
Evidence of the revamp of Rand Yard for SunRail can be seen behind Auto Train, with something extra in trail.
Annual northbound run of James E Strates Carnival train, the last of its kind in North America (not to be confused with the more-well-known circus trains).
Annual northbound run of James E Strates Carnival train, the last of its kind in North America (not to be confused with the more-well-known circus trains). Train is running thru the siding with A... (more)
Extra 178 dated for the next day (happens a lot here) passes the signal called "Auto Train" which is also for the CSX Aloma Branch.
CSXT Q456 making a daylight appearance in old "Rand Yard" Now the yard has been brought back to life as the hub of Sunrail and daylight freights becoming scarce.
Amtrak 52 departs as CSX K749 heads south after working Rand Yard. Daytime freights will be tougher to get here once Sunrail starts running in 2014.
Necessity and marketing are the mothers of some really fuggly equipment. This thing started as a tender and somehow acquired a steam generator or two, and diaphram. I hope someone at least saved... (more)
Strange stable mates, indeed! FCEN was in town to handle a rail train for the "SunRail" project & the DOT had the power tie up off the Aloma Spur in Amtrak's yard.