Sunrail pushes toward Orlando. The system now over a year old is meeting ridership goals, expansion toward Kissimme and to Orlando Airport are likely next.
Southbound CFRC train pushes out of Sanford stations as thunderstorms rage in the distance.
Central Florida Commuter Rail now has been running for over a year. People are riding and cheerful station ambassadors greet you at the stations.
A Sunrail train crosses the St. John's River shortly after making its station stop in Sanford, Fla. Next station is the current end of the line at DeBary.
Transit oriented development, new apartments built around the Lake Mary station line the route as Sunrail P301 arrives.
Sunrail P303 departs Lake Mary.
Transit orientated development...apartments have sprung up as a result of the Sunrail station.
Sunrail P309 pushes back toward the OCC after morning duties are completed.
The last train of the morning, prepares to depart Debary for points southward. It appears Sunrail is doing fairly well with the parking lot mostly full.
Reflecting.... CFRC P307 reflects off of the St. Johns River on a warm humid morning. View is from the old US 17 bridge now a park. This shot works best in summer 0830hrs-1000hrs
Sunrail P309 crosses the tranquil waters of the St. Johns river on the only other single track on the CFRC system. The other is in Maitland. This bridge was rebuilt during the project.
The end of the line, for now this is as far as Sunrail goes, Debary. P303 begins to push towards Orlando after making a northward trip. The parking lot at this stop was full.
A southbound Sunrail train makes a brief stop at the new Sunrail passenger station, which is located next to the Amtrak station in Winter Park.
Through downtown Orlando, Sunrail P327 rumbles north on the last day of free service. Three car trains were needed as a record crush of 17,000 people rode today.
A two car set slides into Maitland on the last day of "free" service. This and the Lake Monroe bridge are the only single track segments on Sunrail. Over 100,000 rode the first 2 weeks.