Auto Train races through Seville in the morning.
Very rare, a heritage motor leads Auto train south, though they have done it a few times in the other direction. Seen approaching Seville. The last time this happened with in 2013.
It's rare for Auto Train to be late, more rare is a heritage motor on this train. On the way north one of the P40's failed which resulted in a swap with 98, that had 184. Stuck on the way back.
My husband told me that an Amtrak heritage engine would lead Auto Train. That made me decide to take the afternoon yoga class instead of the morning one. First time I got this one.
Amtrak 53 races through rural Seville a few days after Amtrak's 44th birthday. After a week of unsettled weather we catch a spell of pleasant dry air, warm days and cool nights.
A scene that had changed over the years, Autotrain arrives at Sanford passing through the Sunrail station at Sanford. Look close you can see CSX local in the background.
Amtrak's premier train of the east rolls through rural western Volusia county on a humid morning.
A crisp cool morning the first real one we have had, Autotrain is seen whistling through Seville. Autotrain has been called one of the longest passenger trains in the world.
Amtrak auto train racing over a one lane crossing on this deserted private road.
Amtrak 53 slides through Seville on a hot morning. A careful observer will spot railpictures.net contributor Maryann Norvik checking her photos of Auto Train.
The rains from Tropical Storm Debby have made everything lush and green as a late running Auto Train rolls into Seville.
Amtrak 53 throttles up out of a 25 mph speed restriction that allowed me to catch this train twice in Seville.
Amtrak's auto train sometimes called the longest passenger train in the world rolls through the fern country of Seville.
On a humid foggy morning Amtrak's Auto Train paces traffic on US 17 alongside the fern farms. Auto Train (Amtrak 53) is bound for Sanford the southern terminal of the popular service operating bet... (more)