In 2009, FCEN (with Inland Lakes Railway) operated some short excursions on their Winter Garden branch from the historic depot (now the museum) out towards Ocoee & back. This is the last bit of t... (more)
For the past year, #60 has been at Plymouth slowly going thru some work, which now includes a chopped short hood. While it is typically in the shed, another pony needed the stable, so it was push... (more)
Florida Central GP9 No. 60 heads back to the yard in Ocala after switching a customer on the west side of town on the Florida Northern. Spanish moss makes for a nice backdrop.
FCEN is moving the flats & stock cars for Ringling to CSXT where the entire train will be combined to head north.
Rolling south toward Candler, FCEN 60 leads several tank cars on a cool day. This once was the ACL main line to Orlando, now a stub end branch north & south of Ocala worked by FNOR.
Nearing the end of the line, FCEN 60 brings 4 tankers southward on the former ACL main.
We are at the end of the line at Candler, where FNOR prepares to deliver some tanker cars to the one customer at the very end of the line. The rails end just a little beyond this point.
A chilly breezy day with temps around 55 sees FCEN 60 leading a few tanks near Silver Springs Shore. It is hard to imagine that this once was a main line.
FCEN 60 leads some tankers down Osceola Street. A project has changed the scene here but there is still street running. Best chances to catch this are Mon-Wed-Fri.
Street Running on Osceola Ave, a southbound move trundles past the semaphore (just visible on the right). This area has been rebuilt with some of the street running eliminated.
Winding along the former ACL main, FCEN 60 leads this Florida Northern job in northwest Ocala on a chilly morning.
First Orlando stops at Vulcan to do some switching while a CF7 looks on.
First Orlando rolls through Apopka Florida with a GP9 for power.
First Orlando rumbles out of Plymouth heading for Vulcan and eventualy Winter Garden.
Power for rail train on CFRC drifts south from Pinsly yard in Plymouth to CSX connection at Robinson Street.