FEC 226 steps across the San Sebastian River with old school FEC 403 in the consist. The 403 is the only 1980's schemed GP40-2 active on the railway at this time.
Dedicated to Willie a well known fan of the FEC who passed on a few days before. FEC 224 on a cool morning in St. Augustine.
A beautiful morning in San Clemente, and very fortunate for us one without marine fog, finds Amtrak 567 hustling by the pier. One of the best places to watch trains in the USA right here.
Former South Buffalo Railway SW1200 lugs cars along the waterfront passing the historic downtown district.
FEC 224 with the 2000 back in 2008. This was the last trip on the main before being sidelined till 2010 due to obvious mechanical problems that actually developed on this trip.
In the aftermath of the " 2010 Snowmageddon" in the Mid Atlantic, a regional kicks up it's own blizzard.
A set of Bud cars among the last ever made for transit arrives at the tropical destination of Vizcaya with the Miami skyline in the distance.
It is as cold as it looks, temperature near 10 degrees as C90 pulls ahead slowly preparing to back into the mine for loading.
A helper set slows to a stop while a manifest struggles upgrade in the distance. The crew of the helper stepped out wanted their pictures taken as one of them was retiring at the end of the shift... (more)
We crept through the remains of an ice storm via Jeep 4WD to Mance to capture this shot. Winter wonderland.
The first Acela southbound carves a path through 2 feet of snow the day after the big 2010 blizzard that threw the mid Atlantic into chaos. Amtrak however kept running, though with fewer trains.
As the February 2010 blizzard begins to wind down, an HHP 8 slogs out of New Carrollton past a snowbound Metrorail facility. Amtrak manged to keep running in this storm.
The day after the historic blizzard of 2010, transportation is still in chaos, however Amtrak is running, even with half it's trains annulled. Here a southbound regional kicks up the snow.
FEC 226 rolls across the still waters of the San Sebastian River on a warm Sunday morning. Unusual to get two SD40-2's back to back on this train of late.
After reversing at Saybrook, 426 now leads for the trip back to Bowden.