A Brightline service crosses the New River Fort Lauderdale, sometimes called the Venice of America due to the many waterways. Meanwhile Brightline adds more trains to meet demand.
After a long days work, FEC 905 heads back to Bowden and Jacksonville.
FEC 226 crossing the Tomoka with some extra power.
FEC 230 rumbles over the tidewater. This train can have anything on the FEC roster for power. The 230 / 129 was abolished 8/11/2018.
FEC 226 through St. Augustine crossing the tidal marshes
FEC 226 rolls through St. Augustine with dual LNG sets on the first day of July.
Squally Conditions! FEC 101 roars through a thundery downpour in a warned storm, typical of the tropical rainy season in Florida.
FEC 107 rumbles through St. Augustine. The building on the right is the former FEC HQ now part of Flagler Collage.
An FEC Business special allowing the new owners from Grupo Mexico and prospective customers a look at the railway.
The oldest cars running on the Subway roll thru the middle of Wiliamsburg Bridge with a J train service.
An ancient Budd R32A rolls across the Williamsburg Bridge with a Z train service. These are the oldest cars on the NYC Subway in regular service, built 1964-65.
The 42nd street shuttle waits at the busy Times Square Subway Station. The shuttle provides a vital link from here to Grand Central Terminal and the service turns 100 years old in August.
A local service with a Budd M3 is being caught by another service lead by a DE30. It is the making of a hot hazy day in the city.
The rush hour! LIRR style. Every type of passenger equipment in use on the LIRR can be seen here, M7, DE30 and WAY in the distance an M3.
A Q train approaches Ocean Parkway while vintage cars from the parade of trains event prepare to depart Brighton Beach.