Florida has been experiencing a Heritage locomotive spree unlike any other time before...with FEC 714 running up n' down the east coast & Amtrak's various special units also showing up quite a bit... (more)
With this portion of the A-Line now under control of the JH desk and CFRC (Central Florida Rail Corridor), scenes likes this will eventually become less & less frequent. It's already started, wit... (more)
The first visit of #156 to Florida, headed south to Miami.
Amtrak's "Anniversary/Heritage" unit makes its first Florida appearance. "Beech Grove" is on the rear of the train as well. The north end of "Sanford" is located, on the map, in the town of Lake... (more)
Amtrak's "Anniversary/Heritage" unit makes its first Florida appearance. "Beech Grove" is on the rear of the train as well.
Daily Waycross-Taft mixed swings around from the bridge at Lake Monroe heading into Rand Yard. Not much left in CR paint to hope for in these parts anymore...but 7331 has been in & out of FL almo... (more)
Two of Florida's famous trains, Amtrak Auto Train & Tropicana Juice Train, meet at the north end of Rand Yard aka North Sanford, in the town of Lake Monroe along the edge of said lake. AMTK 177 i... (more)
Amtrak's Autotrain crosses the high waters of the flooded St. Johns River. The river is at record levels from Tropical Storm Fay of the previous week.
Counterpart to 91, which had the "guest star" the day before, is seen running by the north end of Rand Yard. While commonly known as Sanford, this specific spot is the burg of Lake Monroe, named ... (more)
NCDOT added an assist in the form of "The City Of Raleigh", most likely in Raleigh, to Amtrak's "Silver Star" for the trip to Miami. Not only is the "star" on the nose noteworthy, the vantage poi... (more)
Empty autoracks swing thru the S-curve at the north end of Rand Yard.
Loaded Rinker flyash train headed to Taft (for FCEN) & Riviera Beach. Need for these unit trains has dwindled in recent months & Rinker may be ending them, which will take away yet another source... (more)
Loaded rock train has left Benson Junction headed to Kaley Yard in Orlando. The former RofW to the marina can be seen to the left of the train.
UP 9399 leads the Q456 across Lake Monroe.
BNSF 719 leads the K92923 across Lake Monroe