Movements of Fortress LNG Tanks
Bright Green crosses over from the west main to the east main at FEC's Fort Lauderdale Yard, also know as Port Everglades (PEV).
Daylight 453 making its way down south to Miami after tying down at North Delta the night before due to a crew timeout.
FEC 109 rumbles through the Virgin Trains USA Fort Lauderdale Station. The track furthest right is used for wide loads.
A Virgin Trains USA service operated by Brightline departs Fort Lauderdale. VTUS is currently expanding to Orlando with construction underway north of West Palm.
A Virgin Trains USA service operated by Brightline makes a stop at Fort Lauderdale. Trains are fast and frequent with stock due to be rebranded in the months ahead.
FEC 416 sits silently on one of the storage tracks in FEC's Fort Lauderdale yard with a recently applied GrupoMexico Transportes sticker. The application of GrupoMexico Transportes stickers on loc... (more)
808 & 823 cross Cypress Creek whilst hauling a late running FEC121-26
After running the lead up to the Port of Everglades, the FEC 703 and NS research train have backed out to the mainline and are back up to track speed as they fly under the Fort Lauderdale Internat... (more)
Bright day on the Brightline. The GoBrightline Orange set flies past the control point at Fort Lauderdale Bridge on the morning of Sunday, December 9, 2018. Bracketed by Siemens SCB-40s 101 and 10... (more)
At the time, freshly painted FEC 438 sits unassigned at FTL yard.
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.
Bright Green heads out of Fort Lauderdale under threatening skies.
FEC GP40-2s 429 and 413 idle away, waiting an assignment at Fort Lauderdale.