Florida Central GP18 59 leads another FCEN unit dead in tow off the former line to Dunnellon.
No 50 stabled at Florida Central's Plymouth depot, 23 Nov 2018
Florida Midland heads for Frostproof.
The Lake Wales Switcher arrives at Frostproof, though town is not frost-proof. Here gates must be opened to roll thru an old orange plant to reach the end of the line few blocks behind us.
Florida Midland works the first customer of the day in Lake Wales.
The Lake Wales switcher has run around it's train at the old wye and now heads through downtown bound for Frostproof.
The Lake Wales Switcher stops traffic on busy SR60 rumbling for Lake Wales. There are only 2 CF7's left running on Pinsely Corp lines in Florida.
Florida Midland gathers cars for the day.
The Lake Wales Switcher heads eastward for Lake Wales and eventually Frostproof.
During Ocala's Christmas Festival, Florida Central brought a locomotive into town for display. Pinsly and CSX officials hosted an Operation Lifesaver booth (tent at left).
Florida Central GP18 No. 59, ex CRI&P No. 1353, rests at the site of the old Atlantic Coast Line yard in Ocala, FL. Now home to the Florida Central's operations.
FCEN returns from a storage train move on a route that has no freight customers. This recreated a scene not seen since the 1990's on this line. Today mostly tourist trains run here.
FCEN movements over the US 441 bridge generally happens maybe once every few years. Here seen returning from a storage move on the Sorrento Branch.
Florida Central GP18 No. 59 runs down Osceola Street in Ocala on sister road Florida Northern. The light locomotive has just cleared the diamond with CSX at the Ocala depot; the signal is the adva... (more)