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
A scene that had changed over the years, Autotrain arrives at Sanford passing through the Sunrail station at Sanford. Look close you can see CSX local in the background.
Sunrail P309 crosses the tranquil waters of the St. Johns river on the only other single track on the CFRC system. The other is in Maitland. This bridge was rebuilt during the project.
The end of the line, for now this is as far as Sunrail goes, Debary. P303 begins to push towards Orlando after making a northward trip. The parking lot at this stop was full.
The steam train combined with an empty ballast train for movement to Plymouth.
The tourist train combined with an empty ballast train for movement to Plymouth.
I was not believing it, but again for a 2nd day in a row, 226 had a quad big M lashup yet again. This is a shot that only works right around the start of summer.
May is traditionally a good month to enjoy the extended daylight and grab #107....before the storms of summer take over the skies more often than not.
Four big M's surprised us on 226 this morning...we could not believe it! And now with time running out on these motors we were very pleased to get a quad lashup of them.
A little red, white & blue to upload on the 4th! Or "Assorted Things You Cannot See In Orlando Anymore".