A local SGLR crew has run into town from their yard to spot two empty gondolas for loading on a nearby siding. The siding in question is just out of sight to the right, across Evans Ave. It was ... (more)
A local SGLR crew has finished work at Rosen Materials where loaded centerbeam cars were swapped for empties. Here the crew is shoving back north toward the yard with two empties, shortly after c... (more)
The Seminole Gulf Railway Dinner train makes a run a few times a week between Fort Myers and a location south of Punta Gorda feeding and entertaining passengers through Southwest Florida.
On t... (more)
Another day of vacation winds down to an end but not before one last shot of Seminole Gulfs 'Murder Mystery Dinner Train' crossing the Caloosahatchee River. F7A #502 once again does the honors of ... (more)
The Murder Mystery dinner train crosses the Caloosahatchee River on a hot summer evening
While my home in the Northeast was enduring 10-20 degree freezing temperatures, I was enjoying sunny skies, warm temperatures and relaxing railroading - riding the Murder Mystery Dinner Train on t... (more)
The Seminole Gulf's Murder Mystery Dinner Train is pushed slowly along by a Paducahbilt GP10. Unfortunately the E7 on the front end is just a cab car.
The rolling restaurant theater heads north in some sweet light.
The Seminole Gulf Railway's once-a-week Sarasota job heads south past SRQ on the old Seaboard line. All the cars they have on the train are for the ACL side of the line a half mile east.
This lin... (more)
The dinner / mystry theater train prepares to depart Ft Myers on its evening run to the outskirts of Punta Gorda and return.
Nearing its turn-around point, the dinner excursion slows for its return to Ft. Myers.
Patrons board as the ex- Long Island commuter unit sits on the point of the four car train. The SGLR 578, a GP10, provides the power on the other end.