An early Florida morning finds FURX 7156 waiting for the days assignment at CSX Goulding Yard. CYDX 305, formerly Birmingham Southern 200, is in the background serving the local Vulcan Materials Y... (more)
Few things can make a freight train look small. The 11,370ft John T. Collinson Bridge is one of those things. Here FURX 7156 leads a freight east across Escambia Bay on the bridge en-route to Tall... (more)
Two individuals give little thought as FURX 7156 rolls past down the world's whitest beaches as it heads east to Tallahassee. Within a mile or so the train will cross Escambia Bay on the John T. C... (more)
FGAR's Baldwin turn heads past the former Jacksonville, Pensacola and Mobile depot. This station was where Amtrak's Sunset Limited stopped before service ended in 2005.
The Tallahassee Shuttle heads back west and is in the middle of a downpour as it heads through west of Greenville causing beams to appear through the drops of rain with the headlights.
In the sweltering Florida sun, the conductor of FURX 6248 prepares to pick up HLCX 3800 and its train out of the Floridale Siding before continuing east. A big thanks on this Labor Day to all the ... (more)
The Railfan's Dream House. Situated along Escambia Bay, this house features a track through the backyard with several movements a day, a balcony overlooking the tracks, a pool, a pier (fishing in ... (more)
The Break in the Clouds. The sun is setting as FURX 7156 skirts the brackish waters of Escambia Bay on its way east with three flatcars of GE Generators it just picked up from the GE Plant in Pens... (more)
"The World's Whitest Beaches" The southern coast line. For several miles after turning out of Goulding Yard the Florida Gulf and Atlantic Railway's P&A Subdivision briefly follows the coast line i... (more)
3 jet skiers pass through seemingly oblivious to the trio of SD40-2's that they just passed under. FURX 6248 is responsible for leading this train east as it crawls through the swing bridge at Mil... (more)
Florida Gulf and Atlantic's BA-TA-2 splits the signals at the distant to Olustee siding headed westbound just a few miles to tie the train down in Lake City, Florida. Yesterday did not net the cha... (more)