611 clips along between towns on its way home to Roanoke.
How do you get up close and personal with the famed 611 in a controlled setting? Why, you attend the Photo Charter offered by the museum and TRAINS magazine, of course! An amazing amount of effor... (more)
The J611 leaves Spencer one year after making the trip down from Roanoke to be returned to life. It was originally put into service May 29, 1950 and returned to Roanoke on its own May 30, 2015. ... (more)
"Now I believe there comes a time, When everything just falls in line, We live and learn from our mistakes,
The deepest cuts are healed by faith...ALL FIRED UP!" (as recorded by the Rat... (more)
All four of FEC's original SD70M-2, sidelined since December 2014, are now off the roster with FURX reporting marks. Destination unknown for the time being. They were the only units ineligible fo... (more)
Passengers on today's Auto Train will be in Lorton in time for Easter sunrise. Z456, making a regular daylight appearance on Saturday, sits by waiting. The photographer has lived his entire life ... (more)
Monday local moving the stock & flat cars for Ringling to join the passenger cars.
Taft local working K978's train.
Loaded Martin Marietta rock train from Junction City, GA to Mulberry, FL eases down #2 track for a recrew in Wildwood. This train took a very long way around to Baldwin, via Jacksonville.
Weekly trip to the wash rack, located along the Aloma Branch with Auto Train. Total of 23 pieces today, not everything making the trip.
From Canada to Florida...this locomotive was once part of the collection stored out in Waresboro, GA.
Newly-repainted 2105 guides rock loads from K703 into their yard which occupies the last bit of track that once ran from Sanford to Sorrento.
If I had a dime for every time I was sitting in this spot thinking "I wonder what FEC #101 has today?"....and then this had to happen sooner or later, FEC & SunRail side-by-side.