Crews change on the hot Tropicana Juice train before departing Tampa.
The Long Island Railroad had lots of electrics, but the diesels were my favorite.
I was born not far from here and lived about 6 blocks away until I was 8. I loved riding the subways and this is where I would always start my adventures, this station.
The F train curves into Smith and 9th the highest point on the MTA. The skyline has changed since I used to live here but it's still fun for me to ride the subway.
The trains I rode when I was a young girl. A train rumbles into Coney Island as another rolls out (below it). That gentleman was telling us about a scene in the Warriors movie filmed here.
This was one of my favorite places also on the LIRR. Loved watching the trains and be sure to see the "wall of foamers" under the bridge at the station.
I love Forest Hills! Here a M7 set approaches the Forest Hills LIRR station as a few travelers wait to board.
A set of Budd M3 cars filled with commuters from New York City head home. The M3 will be retired in a few years.
The splendor of Grand Central Terminal.
FEC train 111. Once was swapping with 212 that left out of Ft. Pierce but now turns at City Point. A restored service, trains 117 218 now cover that run.
Caught the port train on Dodge Island rolling into the port container loading ramp. Dodge island is man made and named for someone who asked what the name of the island was.
My first day at Miami Bellydance Convention, but before I dance it's time to check out the new FEC port spur. I love the Champion scheme!
This one is for our kitty Morris who crossed over today. FEC 107 in St. Augustine.
FEC train 111 is one of my favorite trains, you never know what it will have.
Florida East Coast train 107 coming through St. Augustine.