Pounding across the Ortega River bridge, Amtrak’s auto train is an hour and a half early on its journey to Lorton Virginia.
Pounding across the Ortega River bridge Amtrak’s P091 is southbound on a cool Florida morning.
Former NS 8888 leads former NS #210 across FEC Jax Bridge from Bowden Yard. For a brief moment, it will run on CSXT as Z057 before it gets to Simpson Yard.
The yard hostler, who took the FEC 817 and the FEC 101 train out of Bowden yard to the end of the double tracks at Sunbeam, waits for the outbound crew to arrive to take the southbound train to Mi... (more)
#125 has crossed over CSXT & is now on FEC rails as it heads from Simpson Yard to Bowden Yard.
Job 74 returns from NS Simpson Yard with a cut of racks & intermodal, crossing the St Johns River in the shadow of CSX's Headquarters.
Early morning sunrise at the Florida East Coast Bowden yard diesel service facility. Photo taken with permission.
A nod to the past through the glow of of the blue nightlight, something sleeping cars have had since at least the Pullman and Budd heyday. The streaking red lights of a grade crossing passing my ... (more)
Of course, NS rolls through when I was hoping for an FEC unit that would match the artwork in the foreground. Oh well, at least I got a train!
With CSX headquarters seen in the background, CSX's O755 brings intermodal back to Moncrief from the FEC
CSX train A794 is seen crossing the Trout River in Jacksonville, Florida, as they depart back for Waycross Georgia. They'll head south on the original SAL main until Grand Crossing. When they reac... (more)
Norfolk Southern rebuilt AC44C6M 4197 leads NS 209 south across the FEC drawbridge.
Amtrak's Auto Train heads north over the 1927 ACL drawbridge at the Ortega River.
A different view of NASA 12 departing Bowden Yard with the first rocket booster train since May 27th 2010. This was also the first time in my memory of seeing UP run through power on the FEC,
The road to space is a railroad, the first rocket booster train in about 10 years heads for the Cape. These are for Artemis flight test mission around the Moon.