The Fort Myers dead line fades in the Florida sun.
These ex-LMX/RLCX units find homes everywhere. In this case, they are pulling for Seminole Gulf Railway, who used to keep new arrivals off the road until they were painted SGLR. 8598 arrived 9/2... (more)
A couple of flags, a few stars, and a great looking locomotive (sort of a locomotive).
Empty excursion train in the depot, the passengers are enroute to tour the holiday lights on a boat trip thru the canals of Punta Gorda Isles.
Holiday light trips thru the canals brings the Seminole Gulf's excursion train into Punta Gorda.
The three times a week turn heads north to Arcadia to exchange trains with the CSX.
The day time river excursion train sits idle.
The evening's dinner train gets warmed up...
With snow still lingering on the ground at home in the Northeast, signs of spring have to be found in warmer parts of the nation. Photo inspired by Dick Hovey.
The 10AM excursion heads back to the Ft. Meyers across the Caloosahatchee River.
Ready for another run north.
Excursion train crosses a major boulevard with some new condos in the background.
Excursion train heads back south, this time from the south side of the river.
Excursion train crosses the Caloosahatchee River on a cool summer morning. This drawbridge is manned with 8 movements on Wednesdays.