The Fort Pierce turn passes Canal Point
Mon-Fri local interchange between SCFC/USSC heads up to Fort Pierce over their K-Branch, where speeds have increased dramatically over the years, along with them down to using just one motor per r... (more)
A US Sugar Corp freight rolls west over RIM Ditch C-24 on its way back to Clewiston after interchanging with the FEC in Fort Pierce.
Back in April a business trip took me to Florida, and since I'd never railfanned the Sunshine State I tacked on a couple vacation days and met a friend for a 4 day epic 1000 mile tour of the state... (more)
With newly spouted sugar cane in the foreground and ready-to-cut cane in the distance, South Central Florida Express GP11s 9030 and 9027 roll over a field crossing and past a pile of discarded tie... (more)
Outbound train from FEC Fort Pierce Yard running via FEC K-Branch to their home rails.
Inbound train from SCFE to FEC Fort Pierce.
Weekday interchange to FEC is just a train's length behind FEC's own local #928 headed into Fort Pierce Yard.
SCFE (or SCXF if you like) interchange from FEC is running over FEC's K-Branch back to their own rails passing under a DD.
SCFE (or SCXF if you like) interchange from FEC is running over FEC's K-Branch back to their own rails.
SCFE (or SCXF if you like) interchange from FEC is running over FEC's K-Branch out of Fort Pierce Yard back to their own rails.