It's not how you start the game, it's how you finish. The low-key Sarasota Division, 50 miles west of the higher-profile Fort Myers Division, occupies a patchwork of ex-SAL & ACL grade south of B... (more)
The Sarasota Turn is now northbound heading back toward Myrtle Street
The Sarasota Turn works back now, crossing MLK way with two cars from Berry Plastics.
The Sarasota Turn works back now, crossing Tallevast Road with two cars from Berry Plastics.
Seminole Gulf 580 rolls northward out of downtown Sarasota on it's journey to the end of the line. The 580 is a former FEC motor.
Seminole Gulf 580 rolls northward out od downtown Sarasota on it's journey to the end of the line.
Seminole Gulf 580 rolls through downtown Sarasota on it's journey to the end of the line, which is back north.
Ancient Seminole Gulf 580 built in 1954 former FEC, departs Myrte Street.
Toting 2 cars, SGLR 580 now rolls northward along the former SAL in Sarasota. The 580 is former FEC 660 built in 1954.
SLGR 580 edges up to Martin Luther King way southbound on the former ACL main.
The 580 now southbound after picking up two cars from Berry Plastic seen crossing Tallevast Road.
SGLR 580 after rolling south a few miles on the old SAL is now rocking and rolling northbound on the former ACL leaving downtown Sarasota behind.
Rolling due east on the former SAL wye the 580 will swing back north on the former ACL to Berry Plastics. The giveaway that is is a former FEC motor is the missing upper headlight.
The SGLR route in Sarasota is U shaped. The 580 here is on the curve rolling from the former SAL route southbound to the former ACL north. The destination is Berry Plastics at the end of the line.
The Sarasota Turn starts the day, running down down the former SAL main and up the ACL main to Berry Plastics.