One quick shot just moments before i hand over the keys to my truck to the Amtrak employees who then loaded it onto one of the autoracks not pictured above. Upon my arrival into Sanford my truck w... (more)
Amtrak's best looking train.. AKA the Autotrain is 2 hours early and only minutes from its final destination in Lorton as it crosses Neabsco Creek just moments after sunrise... AMTK # 831 leading ... (more)
Amtrak's Autotrain rolls through Seville heading for Sanford the end of it's long journey from Lorton. Today 53 was a bit later than normal allowing for daylight shots but was still into Sanford "... (more)
Autotrain arrives about 30 minutes early lead by Amtrak P40's the original new GE's that began to replace the F40PH. This scene will change in about 2 years when a Sunrail commuter rail station is... (more)
Amtrak PO53 slices through the small town of Seville running about two hours late allowing a photo in daylight here. Two numbers that have followed me my whole life are 8 and 6. Here is Amtrak eng... (more)
The sun is slowly falling below the horizon as Amtrak PO53 the southbound Auto Train is getting back up to track speed after crossing the Appomattox River bridge and rounding Bootleggers Crossing ... (more)
Amtrak #53 lead by engine number 53 running maybe 2 hours late allows for this daylight shot among the fern farms of west Volusia County. Autotrain is the longest passenger train in the world.
Amtrak's Autotrain carries on where the original left off in the early 1980's...today's PO53 arriving early in Sanford the southern terminus of the train. In the distance a careful observer will s... (more)
Autotrain arrives at Sanford on a very warm and humid morning. This view has changed with a Sunrail station now located here.
The end of Autotrain's long journey from Washington DC
Amtrak's premier train of the east, Autotrain arrives at Sanford.
Amtrak's premier eastern train, Autotrain had just arrived at Sanford. Now 517 goes to get the racks.
Amtrak's Autotrain crosses the high waters of the flooded St. Johns River. The river is at record levels from Tropical Storm Fay of the previous week.