A pair of rentals switch Taft Yard. CSX's ops are divided by what is now the CFRC's mainline.
Like I was saying....as common as a consist like this once was, if you'd ever have told me it would be my shot of the day, I'd have said "no way"....funny how our perspectives change whe... (more)
A typical scene as southbound P321 meets P319 at the former ACL station near downtown Orlando. This also serves the area hospital facilities and Amtrak.
There was a time I wouldn't have flinched to see three yellows together. Now? VERY uncommon. #101 basked in the glory of SD40-2 consists for a good few months beginning in 2013 thru early 2014.
Once in a while, something odd happens on an FEC thru-train. Typically, counterpart 123's power would have gone thru the balloon track in Hialeah with a local job out of Fort Lauderdale, putting ... (more)
FEC 107 leads the daily 107 train west through St. Augustine.
Three Champs and a Susan Komen motor! This is the first time I think this has happened and luck was with me this day. Note the rainbow with the gulf storms in the distance.
The rainy season does not stop the FEC, here FEC train 210 hustles through Durbin in a tropical downpour.
Sunrail P309 pushes back toward the OCC after morning duties are completed.
Not a bad way to spend your morning, fishing and watching trains. Florida East Coast train 210 rolls northbound across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne.
The last train of the morning, prepares to depart Debary for points southward. It appears Sunrail is doing fairly well with the parking lot mostly full.
Reflecting.... CFRC P307 reflects off of the St. Johns River on a warm humid morning. View is from the old US 17 bridge now a park. This shot works best in summer 0830hrs-1000hrs