The latest Champion, #711 leads 226 on a warm "Dr. Who Day". Railpictures.net contributor Maryann Norvik gets her shot.
FEC trains passing in front of what will be the open-sided tunnel under the taxiways adjacent to the new south runway at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
Former Inland Lakes #15, part of the EOLX "End Of The Line" operation and now the Motive Power & Equipment Solutions roster (same outfit that did those amazing "Santa Fe" F-units for Galveston), i... (more)
Herzog ballast train headed south dumping between the switches of Benson Junction. The new DeBary SunRail stop is directly across from what is currently the south end of the siding that the train... (more)
Herzog ballast train headed south to dump around MP802 north back to Taft Yard. Since this shot was taken, the signals have been activated and the spot renamed "Sand Lake".
Test train passing local power.
NS cutting across CSXT to FEC.
In addition to pulling work trains for CFRC, FCEN is doing some of their own. This is the second of three CWR trains for use on the north end of the mainline towards Eustis and Umatilla. It is s... (more)
On Veterans Day it was only appropriate that two of FEC's Red White and Blue locomotives appeared on 226.
NS's Honoring Veteran's unit rolls off the massive Jax bridge, on the day before Veteran's Day.
Norfolk Southern Honoring Veterans Specialty Locomotive.