It's so Miami! An Orange Line train bound for the new airport extension departs tropical destination of Vizcaya. These cars will be replaced by new stock from AnsaldoBreda 2015-2017.
A metrorail train rushes out of Government Center. The area on the right is the planned site for the terminal of the FEC's All Aboard Florida project. These cars are due to be replaced in 2016.
FEC 123 catches an incredibly lucky sliver of sunlight that managed to squeeze through a a tropical shower just off shore. The other part of luck was a champ on the point of this short train.
A late FEC 210 gave us a very lucky shot of catching this train as it usually rolls through here before sunrise.
FEC's shop forces spent a great deal of time working on this FL9 for RP Flynn/Ohio Railway Supply under the proviso FEC could use it for a time on their business trains and by the time they were d... (more)
FEC 484 was simply used for transportation purposes, FEC's shop forces spent a great deal of time working on this FL9 for RP Flynn/Ohio Railway Supply under the proviso FEC could use it for a time... (more)
Pinsly handles a loaded rail train for RJ Corman to be used on the CFRC around the Sanford area.
Empty OUC coal train departs the Stanton Energy Center headed back to the mainline, they will spend the first few miles running railroad south on the CFRC Orlando Subdivision before reaching the e... (more)
Rail train for RJ Corman to unload for Sunrail. The "Saint John's River Bridge" designation on CFRC didn't last long, they quickly reverted to the long-standing "Lake Monroe".
SunRail makes a move from their own facility across the Aloma Spur to the wash rack that Amtrak uses for their equipment near the Auto Train yard. This consist is just about every piece of active... (more)
Empty JCH for the Bone Valley eases out of the siding headed south.
Dean Gordon oils Tavares Eustis & Gulf No. 2 at the depot in Tavares, FL following a day of pulling passengers on the Orange Blossom Cannonball.
Tavares, Eustis & Gulf #2 pulls the Orange Blossom Cannonball back to the town of Tavares, Florida.
With engineer Thomas East at the throttle, Tavares Eustis & Gulf #2 crosses the Apopka Beauclair Canal as the train makes its return trip back the Tavares, FL.
FEC 226 with a rainbow of power on a muggy morning in St. Augustine. Pretty rare to have rock on this train.