A couple of U18Bs bracket a U36B/slug set as a crew switches at Mulberry.
CSX K305 heading northbound on the CSX Valrico Sub in Mulberry, FL.
A lite rain is falling as CSX 4054, CSX 5263, and CSX 8435 spend the evening in the Mulberry yard. CSX 4054 is the former L&N 3583, and CSX 8435 is the former B&O 7593.
CSX 8435, CSX 4054 and CSX 5263 sit in the Mulberry yard. CSX 8435 is the former B&O 7593, and CSX 4054 is the former L&N 3583.
0730 Mulberry, Florida. On his return run to Prairie Yard is Bone Valley local O730-15. He is passing one of the last US&S Y Pattern Color Light signals left anywhere. This is the line of Atlantic... (more)
If you look here n' there, you will always find Heritage....cars such as these once dominated the Bone Valley.
A bright shiny new Tier IV leads a phosphate train into Mulberry Yard.
Prior to the 1967 SCL merger, ACL and SAL competed ferociously for Florida's phosphate traffic. Here, a pair of U36B/Mate sets are westbound with phosphate hoppers on an ex-SAL line, and about to... (more)
The South Pierce Road Switcher returns to Mulberry from the Achan to Valrico Subs with short train of both wet and dry phosphate.
Mulberry local is leaving Prairie Yard southbound towards Bradley.
O725 is returning from interchange with Seminole Gulf at Arcadia, crossing the Valrico Sub at grade right in the middle of SR 37, a unique feature to Mulberry. Currently, they run south twice a w... (more)
On a hazy, humid summer afternoon, a phosphate train led by a pair of U36B/slug sets is westbound on the ex-SAL Bartow-Tampa line, and is about to cross the ex-ACL Ft Meade-Winston line.
CSX O843 heads northbound on the CSX Valrico Subdivision.
Aerial photography done the old fashion way, via airplane. Not as easy as waiting with your quad-copter for the train to come to you!