CSX train S127, loaded Autoracks from up North, snakes through the maze of crossovers as it rolls past 78th street and in to the former SAL Yeoman Yard on a picture perfect late Winter day in Flor... (more)
FEC 402 a short work train hustles north.
Storm clouds gather as CSX train Q179 gets underway. The train got the green after waiting on a parade of Northbound trains to leave Baldwin Yard. The GE's were really chugging hard to get this lo... (more)
NS 229 crosses the St. Johns River in downtown Jacksonville with a train bound for the FEC.
The lucrative FEC Port Job returns to Hialeah after switching PortMiami with a solid train of loads for points north. This is the only solid international intermodal train on the FEC system.
FEC 222 running usually late rolls into the Nation's oldest city.
FEC 226 on sunny mild morning in St. Augustine. The very first train station in St. Augustine was built here.
Q602 has just arrived from Pensacola and the Engineer is tying the last hand brake as the conductor makes his way to the yard office. Apparently there are no rested crews to take the train on towa... (more)
An old Reading Company GP40-2, now working for CSX, rests on a cool, late Winter morning, with an old B&O GP40-2 converted to a road slug. The engines are resting on what used to be the former SAL... (more)
Testing Testing! FEC extra testing LNG fuel the first actual full test. The train ran from Jax to New Smyrna and back.
Florida Sugar Cane.
A GP38AC works the Belle Glade mill, which unfortunately does not receive sugar cane via rail, but rather by truck. However, the mill does receive other rail cars regularly.
A GP11 and GP40-2 lead an empty cane through South Bay for Bryant.
FEC 101 with three motors rolls through on a cool and windy afternoon. As said many times before FEC 434 is the last GP40-2 ever built on the planet.
A loaded sugar cane train from Bryant zooms though downtown Belle Glade with loads for the Clewiston mill.