Seminole Gulf 597 on it’s way back to the station in downtown Fort Myers.
Seminole Gulf Railway GP9 #580 works industries north of Sarasota. This engine will run north to Oneco to deliver cars to CSX and wrap up for the day. The Seminole Gulf's Sarasota Branch is made u... (more)
While the Fort Myers Division recovers, the Sarasota Division is hopping with two jobs servicing transloading operation. When the bridge in Arcadia is fixed, this transloading will shift to North... (more)
It's not how you start the game, it's how you finish. The low-key Sarasota Division, 50 miles west of the higher-profile Fort Myers Division, occupies a patchwork of ex-SAL & ACL grade south of B... (more)
Crossing the drawbridge on the northernmost bridge of the peninsula between Fort Myers & North Fort Myers on National Train Day is the River Rail Explorer, once a staple of the SGLR excursions. I... (more)
SGLR's two cab cars are side by side at the north end of Fort Myers yard. #501 is a former F9A ex-MILW 85C & #501 is a former F7A ex-B&O 955A. Both came to SGLR via LIRR. #501 is not in service... (more)
The SGLR DeSoto Turn is making a mad dash out of Arcadia, Florida with 26 cars and 1 engine, the Engineer and I spoke before the run and he had to blitz it out of the yard in an effort to avoid st... (more)
The Sarasota Turn is now northbound heading back toward Myrtle Street
The Sarasota Turn works back now, crossing MLK way with two cars from Berry Plastics.
The Sarasota Turn works back now, crossing Tallevast Road with two cars from Berry Plastics.
Seminole Gulf 580 rolls northward out of downtown Sarasota on it's journey to the end of the line. The 580 is a former FEC motor.
Seminole Gulf 580 rolls northward out od downtown Sarasota on it's journey to the end of the line.
Seminole Gulf 580 rolls through downtown Sarasota on it's journey to the end of the line, which is back north.
Ancient Seminole Gulf 580 built in 1954 former FEC, departs Myrte Street.
Toting 2 cars, SGLR 580 now rolls northward along the former SAL in Sarasota. The 580 is former FEC 660 built in 1954.