Amtrak's Silver Star flashes into Seville at speed on a warm and humid morning.
The Silver Star running on time flashes through Seville on a warm morning in Florida. Today's Star has back to back motors a bit unusual for this train.
The Silver Star now back to "normal" scoots out of Seville running on time.
Amtrak 91 looking like a regional due to service disruptions from Hurricane Sandy. This "trapped" several sets in the southeast between Jax and Miami or Miami and DC. Three motors on the head end.
One Two Three.....Our 7th train seen this day is CSX Q177 rolling through Seville lead by AC4400 123. This train no longer runs via the A line.
Just in the nick of sun... Amtrak 91 just...makes it into the sun as it speeds southbound in Seville on a cool morning.
A crisp cool morning the first real one we have had, Autotrain is seen whistling through Seville. Autotrain has been called one of the longest passenger trains in the world.
Thunderstorms rolling in from the Gulf of Mexico boil in the distance as Amtrak 91 flashes past on time.
Amtrak auto train racing over a one lane crossing on this deserted private road.
Amtrak 53 slides through Seville on a hot morning. A careful observer will spot railpictures.net contributor Maryann Norvik checking her photos of Auto Train.
The rains from Tropical Storm Debby have made everything lush and green as a late running Auto Train rolls into Seville.
Amtrak's Silver Star races past fern farms on a very humid morning.
Work on the "S" caused a few re routes of trains the past few days among them was CSX's hottest train, Q740. The juice has not been on the A line since about 2009. It's normal route via the S.