I was in Florida for some continuing education this week and worked a little railfanning in at Boynton Beach the morning before the conference started. A Tri Rail train shoves north toward West Pa... (more)
A southbound Tri Rail train hurries through Boynton Beach toward Miami on a sunny morning. The next few days would bring lots of rain, so no more pictures of trains, but at least I got a little b... (more)
Florida East Coast Railway train 101-24 is southbound through St. Augustine, along the San Sebastian River, with ES44ACs 819 and 822 leading the mile-long intermodal train from Jacksonville to Mia... (more)
Florida East Coast Railway train 226-24 had the new FEC LNG Fuel Tender in the consist of the train - FEC #300 - as seen crossing the San Sebastian River at St. Augustine, FL on January 25. The c... (more)
Florida East Coast Railway train 226-24 is northbound from Miami to Jacksonville, Florida, with ES44ACs 816, 813 and 800 bracketing GE NextFuel ES44AC #3000 with the intermodal train crossing the ... (more)
FEC 101 sweeps out of Bunnell Florida on a mild 65 degree afternoon.
Florida East Coast Railway train 226-24 is northbound from Miami to Jacksonville, Florida, with ES44ACs 816, 813 and 800 bracketing GE NextFuel ES44AC #3000 with the intermodal train crossing the... (more)
FEC 101 rolls through on a cool day. Rumors are FEC is looking at up to 10 more of the ES44C4's.
Florida East Coast Railway ES44ACs 814 and 815 lead the mile-plus-long intermodal train 226-23 across the San Sebastian River as traffic rolls across the river on North Ponce De Leon Blvd in Saint... (more)
FEC train 109 brings in another ethanol train for a customer near Port Everglades with some classic EMD power.
FCEN returns from a storage train move on a route that has no freight customers. This recreated a scene not seen since the 1990's on this line. Today mostly tourist trains run here.
FCEN movements over the US 441 bridge generally happens maybe once every few years. Here seen returning from a storage move on the Sorrento Branch.
On the approach to NE Bayard.
With a UP SD70M leading and the Central of Georgia heritage third back, this was easily the most sought after train for me on this nice clear winter morning in north Florida.