The Atlantic Tide drops and so does the water level of the San Sebastian as train 107 glides south late day.
High tide is approaching as train 226 passes by at morning's first light.
Heading south with 99 empty hoppers.
Train 107 makes a westward bend approaching the San Sebastian River bridge with a couple Cat loads up front.
Under stormy skies train 101 makes track speed under interstate 95. Trailing unit 100 is back on the road and looks to be spotless after spending some down time in the shop at New Smyrna Beach.
The 7:30 am train departs Mangonia Park Station for Miami with a demonstration Diesel Multiple Unit power car leading the way.
Northbound train 202 crosses the Loxahatchie River draw.
Northbound train 206 crosses the Loxahatchie River draw.
The second commuter train of the morning to Miami backs into the station at Mangonia Park as evidenced by the 815's red marker lights.
Two more minutes until the 815 makes its 4:40 am departure for Miami.
Last chance to board the 5:30 am train to Miami. Mangonia Station as of this day is TRI-Rail's first stop for morning commuters traveling south.
A755 pauses at Salem Church Road for for a brake inspection on cars recently picked up.
A755 passes by the old rock conveyor enroute Gainesville.