A Sunrail train makes a stop at Kissimmee during opening day of the south extension.
Opening Day of the southern leg of the Sunrail system. Sunrail trains now serve points south of Orlando including Kissimmee.
CFRC P321 stopped at the Lynx Central station.
One north, one south. This is a real important spot to me, it's where I discovered for the very first time the Orlando-area train action in 1983 when we moved up from Pinellas County. If this sp... (more)
Still haven't figured out if its CFRC or CFRX they want to use as a reporting mark, typically they give out CFRC for warrants and bulletins...so...let's roll with that. For now. This is always a... (more)
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.
Through the heart of Orlando! A three car set has just left Church Street and now heads for Lynx Central. In an attempt to handle the massive crowds, 3 car sets were running.
A northbound Sunrail commuter train crosses the Lake Monroe drawbridge over the St Johns River. For those interested: 9:30-10:30am is your "target" time here at this time of year, earlie... (more)
The 6:15 am northbound Sunrail train is about to depart the Sand Lake Road Station in Orlando as the blue hour begins.
Two Sunrail trains meet on Opening Day at Lake Mary, with one train running a bit late causing the incredible luck of catching a meet here at the station. Trains were packed!
"This train is full!" came the word over the radio. "We can't take any more passengers!" Appropriate that this is my 2,000th photo in the database on this historic day.