#4384 spent half of 2020 working in Central Florida, mostly in Sanford, offering numerous opportunities to see the one-of-a-kind paint job up close. Here, it is working Q455 which came in overnig... (more)
Amtrak's Auto Train maintenance facility in Sanford, located off the CFRC mainline on CSXT's Aloma Branch, sees visitors from CFRC on a routine basis.
CSX P001 crosses the ACL era Lake Monroe drawbridge over the St. Johns river.
A very clean Amtrak Dash 8-32BWH 508 switches autoracks at the carrier’s southern terminus for its Auto Train on a hot, humid morning. (Sanford, Florida – August 7, 2017)
Amtrak's northbound Auto Train is seen passing SunRail's Sanford station just moments after departing the southernmost terminal for this train.
Amtrak's Flagship of the east departs Sanford.
Sunrail P322 rolling out of Rand Yard. Reportedly these motors will get a much needed repainting soon.
Sunrail will be seven years old this year. This area has seen a lot of changes over the years.
A Sunrail service arrives at the Sanford Sunrail Stop. This station is actually about 1/2 north of the old Sanford Amtrak station.
Auto Train starts it's long journey north. This once was the massive "Rand Yard" a huge yard when SCL was here. Over time the yard grew into disuse until Sunrail put their facility here.
Northbound P322 has made it's stop in Sanford and is now on it's way to Debary.
A southbound Sun Rail train starts the evening rush as RP contributor Maryann Pickering captures her photos. The system has seen a slow recovery since the pandemic.
A northbound SunRail train heads through Sanford on the Central Florida Rail Corridor. The train is seen just north of OCC Interlocking.
P42 161 is being used on switching duty.
SunRail train P315 (DeBary to Sand Lake Road, Pine Castle), operating in push mode, arrives in Sanford. Cab car 2001 is leading, followed by coach 2012 and MP32PH-Q 106. Operated by the Central ... (more)