March 13th offered beautiful weather for railfanning. Simpson yard was pretty active this morning with a yard job switiching intermodal and some power at the North end of the yard was moving autor... (more)
A well used, weathered GP-60 idles in the late afternoon at the Norfolk Southern Simpson yard in Jacksonville, Florida.
FEC train 101, led by 817, pulls out of Bowden yard in Jacksonville and begins the trip down to Miami.
An NS GP60 still earns its keep switching cars at Simpson Yard in Jacksonville.
Seaboard Coast Line U36B #1754 on a stub end shop track with no wheel stops at West Jacksonville Shop. #1754 was built May 1970 and later became CSX #5706
"The Ferdandina Rocket"
CSX A754 (Waycross, Georgia - Busch, Florida / Turn ) works its way back to Georgia with random loads of Manifest. Head and crosses the Trout River on a clear ... (more)
FEC 435 brings containers from Simpson Yard across the Saint John's River.
Norfolk Southern train 209 meeting NS 330 as they arrive at Jacksonville.
Train 101 already pulled the FEC & CSX blocks out of the yard and has just coupled onto the NS block (literally as soon as the NS Catfish cut off). A utility man is hanging the EOT and performing... (more)
Norfolk Southern MP15E 2416 switching a cut of intermodal cars at Simpson Yard.
An ex-Southern unit is still earning his keep building an intermodal train in the always active Norfolk Southern Simpson yard. This locomotive's signature high hood was replaced with an Admiral c... (more)
FEC 422 leads the local from Bowden Yard in Jacksonville to its first stop in St. Augustine.
A light rain is falling on an assortment of locomotives at the diesel service area in Bowden Yard. The FEC St. Augustine passenger car with the Champion paint scheme is to the left.
A light rain is falling on FEC 425 in Bowden Yard.
NS 209, with NS heritage units 1066 (NYC) and 1073 (PC) leading, crossed the St Johns River via the downtown drawbridge on its way to FEC Bowden Yard.