The Port of Palm Beach switcher switches out some tank cars before bringing out FEC 950's cut of containers for Fort Pierce. This unit was built in 1974 and originally worked for the Phelps-Doge H... (more)
Florida Midland works a customer near Lake Wales. #48 was built for the Santa Fe in 1949 and got converted to a CF7 by the railroad in 1974. It was used on the Arkansas Midland and Iowa Northern b... (more)
FCEN #55 does some switching at Florida Midland's Lake Wales yard.
A loaded coal train heads north through the Crow Indian reservation in southeast Montana.
A duo of SD70Ms head east across the Tooele Valley.
FEC 510, one of the few locomotives on the roster wearing the old "Hurricane" logo, works the Port of Palm Beach.
FEC 950 heads for Fort Pierce past the southernmost set of searchlights. Lots of change going on here: the signals will come down soon as new vaders have already been installed just south of here,... (more)
The Norfolk Southern Geometry train crosses the Loxahatchee River on its way back to Jacksonville. Workers are building a second drawbridge here to accomodate future Brightline service.
A BNSf grain train rolls by the Izaak Walton Inn with an SD75 in trail.
Conrad Yelvington's SW9 works the CSX Kaley Yard near downtown Orlando. Though one of the more obscure facets of Florida railfanning, Conrad Yelvington's locations throughout the state offer a var... (more)
While looking through my archives, I found this shot from last year's trip out west to see the Big Boy. Right next to the yard where the 4014 was parked was the Evanston Roundhouse. These three GE... (more)
USSC #148 crosses a small trestle in Palmdale.
USSC #148 steams by the north shops on its way to the mill.
USSC #148 runs around its train at Palmdale Siding.
USSC #148 approaches Palmdale, where it will run around its train and run tender first back to Clewiston.