This was one of those days where there wasn't a cloud in the sky across the entire state and I chose to stay close to home for "the usual" instead of burning up the miles chasing elsewhere...and a... (more)
At 4:56PM, Q456 is pulling up Track One to the drawbridge leaving Rand Yard after making a setout. This used to be "North Sanford" when it was CSXT, but is in the town of Lake Monroe.
Hotshot #101 blasts thru NSB with ECH at the throttle. Newest repaint (416) is third out, but for years has always been the NSB choice of power for locals. Two more Geeps are at Progress for thi... (more)
Q177 has been routed via the S-Line to Lakeland then up the A-Line to Taft for about a year now, so here it is on the first leg of the trip swinging off the Jax side towards Wildwood. This won't ... (more)
Loaded ethanol train has just met an empty ethanol train and is leaving the siding southbound to Tampa, passing the former Amtrak depot.
On 0301, quite a sight along US 301 with the swamp and the trees. Tampa ethanol trains don't take the same routing out of Chicago as those that used to go to Winter Haven, so to see the runthru p... (more)
This train certainly got its fair share of attention in the Southeast over two days. Ethanol train to Tampa kept its runthru power south of Corbin, which doesn't happen often. While UP power is ... (more)
#101 is running almost two hours early and with an extra symbol this sunny Sunday.
Business cars "Azalea" and "Saint Augustine" are bringing up the rear of today's train #101, a common sight on FEC instead of always running a dedicated extra for them.
#101 is wheeling thru the popular curve with some of the more popular roster items on the FEC Railway. And rightfully so. Business cars "Azalea" and "Saint Augustine" are bringing up the rear of... (more)
The Challenger has just rolled thru Point Of Rocks at every bit of track speed. This must have just been a very small, fast dot on the dispatcher's screen.
A rare patch of foreign power in the Orlando area, recalling the days when you never could tell what would be crossing this bridge with the crackle over the scanner.
Ex-TriRail nee-GOT 904/GOT 9862/ONT 1513 is on display while Flagg #75 performs the weekend trips.