A southbound Tri-Rail commuter train is seen slowing into its terminus of Miami Central station. Leading the train today is a very dirty Brookville BL36PH locomotive. Let's hope with the new wraps... (more)
While this may not be the actual “new look” for the railroad, it definitely resembles some similarities of it. As of the date of this photo, the first Tri-Rail commuter car wearing the new “... (more)
A heavily faded BL36PH locomotive leading a southbound Tri-Rail commuter train departs its Deerfield Beach station stop on a beautiful Florida autumn afternoon.
Brooksville shoves P668 into West Palm. Recently announced this livery will be replaced with a new one.
A southbound Tri-Rail commuter train passes over the HillsboroCanal with one of Tri-Rail’s BL36PH locomotives in the lead. Get your shots of these trains while you can as come Fall of 2023, Tri-... (more)
One of Tri Rail's F40's leads a southbound service
811 leads a southbound TriRail commuter train past the Boise Cascade lead at NW 15th St in Pompano Beach.
A southbound TriRail train crosses Cypress Creek Canal in Pompano Beach shortly before sunset on a beautiful winter afternoon in south Florida.
Hooray for Hollywood (well the Florida one). A Tri-Rail commuter train pulls towards the Hollywood, Florida station on March 28, 1991. Power is a Morrison-Knudson F40PHL-2. These "mini" ... (more)
Tri Rail GP49PH-3 817 takes southbound commuter train P641 by the signals at Control Point Pineapple just south of the Boca Raton station.
Tri Rail GP49PH-3 817 takes a southbound commuter train by CP South Dania. Their next stop is at the Fort Lauderdale Airport Station which is a little less than a mile from this location.
The BL36's make up the majority of the Try-Rail fleet these days. Here seen shoving into West Palm Beach.
One of three revived F40's leads southbound P671 from West Palm Beach. Tri Rail has come a long way since 1989.
Tri-Rail F40PH-2C in West Palm Beach, Florida, March 27, 1991. I was in town for a friend's wedding and skipped out for an hour to see what I could find. This was parked at the station.
Tri-Rail train just picked up few passengers and is about continue its way south to next and last stop on this line at Miami International Airport.