A few positioning moves after the Pam Am OCS arrives from East Deerfield for the first time ever.
City Point local is zipping down to Old Cocoa Station from Frontenac, where these hot cars had been set out from a Jax train.
An unusual move of two SunRail motors down to Miami....unusual in that they came right back the very next day then had to be taken over to Florida Central in order to run the wye at Tavares to get... (more)
Miami-bound business train is exercising their trackage rights over what used to be their Orlando Subdivision (nee-Sanford Sub). This is a favorite spot to take the edge off high midday sun for s... (more)
Miami-bound business train turning off the A-Line. This scene has been taking place since before I was born, but in more recent years saw the addition of automated switches. Gone are the days of... (more)
A P931 by any other name....here's the last thing I expected to see in the age of CFRC's domain of the A-Line between DeLand and Poinciana, with THREE F40. Haven't seen more than two in one consi... (more)
6060 heads back north to Stettler in the late evening sun. The following day would see their final run for 2011 and it turned out to be their last run for some time. As of Nov 2014, it is down f... (more)
6060 crossed my mind over the weekend, this was the last revenue run it made before going down for boiler crown sheet replacement (tho' I had no idea that was the case at the time)....and as of No... (more)
With nearly 3000 feet of intermodal swinging out of the yard, this sounded as good as it looked.
Crossing from NS Simpson Yard to FEC Bowden Yard.
A light layer of clouds burns off with #224 behind #226 this chilly November morning, which happens from time-to-time on their "swap day" (not to mention being almost an hour late out of... (more)
Power for #295 is running back to Simpson Yard.
FEC yard power sits by as NS #295 rolls into the yard.
After the Gators pummeled the Bulldogs in the Classic, CSXT takes its office cars back to West Jax. They'd been over near the stadium for the game.
Weather has been great and EMDs have been holding their own in Florida lately.