A Voyager DMU set flashes through South Kenton. These Class 221's are used on services that get away from the electrically powered west coast mainline.
Wham! A high speed Virgin service blasts towards London.
The aurora this sends out is just simply "Autumn". Cool, crisp air. Rustic glow, chilly low laying fog. Such a beautiful season.
One unit wonder thunders freight west up the east slope ... (more)
Victoria Station at Rush Hour...people scurry everywhere bound for some destination. Meanwhile trains continually come and go every few minutes.
Rails over Miami...a MDTA train soars over expressways and off ramps, departing downtown for Dadeland South. This is the highest bridge on the system.
Over the Miami River. Metrorail passes high over the river where the FEC line once had a drawbridge. Metrorail was 30 years old as of May 20th, 2014.
A southbound train blasts out of skyscraper canyons of downtown Miami. The route is elevated most of the way except for a few small sections at ground level.
Where the FEC once ran to Key West, Metrorail runs above today. The system has recent added a line to the airport and new stock is coming soon.
Cab MGA 903 punctuates the rear of MGA-CR 6568 North east of Waynesburg. Cabooses were typically used only on trains that required reverse moves due to "layer loading", the unique practi... (more)
NS U47 rolls empties through Cane Patch on the Pardee Branch. A few miles ahead at Roaring Fork Junction, U47 will make a right turn onto Pine Branch en route to the Roaring Fork loader located at... (more)
The cab on NS U53 slowly rolls past the Roaring Fork loadout located at the end of Pine Branch on the ex-Interstate Railroad.
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There is no doubt the autoracks on Florida East Coast Railway train 101 are loaded with new autos for Miami.