Seminole Gulf 597 on it’s way back to the station in downtown Fort Myers.
SGLR's two cab cars are side by side at the north end of Fort Myers yard. #501 is a former F9A ex-MILW 85C & #501 is a former F7A ex-B&O 955A. Both came to SGLR via LIRR. #501 is not in service... (more)
Seminole Gulf's Desoto turn crosses one of the wooden bridges spanning the Caloosahatchee River as it approaches Fort Myers.
Seminole Gulf 595 sits with a cut of centerbeams facing south in Fort Myers.
One of Seminole Gulf's former F7's, now simply a cab control car, leads the Murder Mystery Dinner Train along Tenmile Canal in Fort Myers.
Seminole Gulf #595 and #590 lead the northbound Desoto turn crossing the long span across the Caloosahatchee river north of Fort Myers, FL on it's run to Punta Gorda where they will tie down for t... (more)
The Seminole Gulf Murder Mystery dinner train waits to depart Fort Myers
The daily Fort Myers local shoves back into the yard with two center beam flats from Rosen Materials.
The majority of power on the Seminole Gulf Railway's roster takes a weekend break on a hot and sunny Sunday afternoon.
The power for the morning Fort Myers Switcher arrives at Landing View.
The SGLR Fort Myers Switcher finishes work for the day. Their facility at Landing View is a few years old now and serves chiefly as a locomotive base and storage of the dinner train.
The SGLR Fort Myers Switcher returns from switching duties downtown
Seminole Gulf's Fort Myers Switcher prepares to tie up at Landing View after this morning's duties.
The SGLR dinner train waits at the station site. The F unit is not powered with the horsepower provided by the GP10 in the back.
The "pretend" F unit on the SGLR dinner train still looks nice as the train waits at the station site.