Atlantic Coast Line 0-6-0 Class E-4 138 was built in 1904 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works. She had 51" drivers, boiler pressure of 180 lbs, and could produce a respectable 26,510 lbs of tractive e... (more)
CSXT P920 the circus blue unit train in the distance creeps across Gore Street crossing which needed to be flagged while "Z" train CSXT Z915 guest Florida Central starts advancing forward into Kal... (more)
CSX Q455 bound for Taft overtakes CSX P920 a circus extra that had just arrived at Orlando. The circus train would drop off it's flat cars for Florida Central to take to storage before the passeng... (more)
NS power (!!) on CSXT P920 approaches Kaley Yard in Orlando. Here the train will be broken up and part of it hauled off by Florida Central and the rest toted a bit further south by CSX. Local rail... (more)
An engine stands by as the station platform awaits an Amtrak arrival, with one of a carefully and evenly distributed set of baggage carts visible in a gap in the shadows.
What do I do on a wonderful vacation to Disney World? Take pictures of monorail trains! I could not have asked for better weather or a better vacation down there.
The last storage move on the Florida Central. Here the unreal size of this train (as far as the FCEN goes) is seen along 441 passing a lake.
A rare move on the Florida Central. The remaining CSX cars are pulled from storage plus interchange spotted at west Colonial Drive. Just a note the train was backing up at this point. Thank You KD... (more)
A rare move on the Florida Central. The remaining CSX cars are pulled from storage plus interchange is seen along US 411 in northwest Orlando. Thank You KDA for the heads up.
Florida Central GP7U poses in a stagnant pond near downtown Orlando on a beautiful sunny day.
FCEN transfer holds the main while a CSX local scoots past him with one box car. The FCEN transfer job runs at night now making this shot very tough to get these days.
RS 1 shuffles cars around Kaley Yard. Years ago you found U18B's here working for the SCL, back then never would have imagined an Alco working here.
My first real live Alco in 25 + years of railfanning! Doing what they do best.. This motor is still occasionally used and was formerly used in Washington DC's Union Station.
PO 91 arrives in Orlando about 30 minutes late. Today the platforms have been extensively rebuilt for Sunrail.