A very late running Amtrak Autotrain slows down for a slow order as it heads south through Folkston, Georgia towards Jacksonville. The train then took the S line towards Ocala and Lakeland, where... (more)
A well used, weathered GP-60 idles in the late afternoon at the Norfolk Southern Simpson yard in Jacksonville, Florida.
A quiet evening in Rural Hall, North Carolina finds Yadkin Valley 9548 under the early evening stars.
FEC train 101, led by 817, pulls out of Bowden yard in Jacksonville and begins the trip down to Miami.
Sunrail 109 has received a green signal and is ready to depart the Kissimmee Station southbound towards Poinciana.
A quiet morning as the Ringling Brothers red circus train is in Orlando, Florida a few days after Christmas.
FEC 716 has taken the Palm Bay siding as the southbound FEC 101 trains heads towards Miami.
The gentleman who is getting to be an "At the throttle engineer" is sure getting his money's worth as the Norfolk and Western J pours out the smoke and makes a lot of noise at the North ... (more)
FEC crews check out two jackknifed doublestack cars that are resting on top of the main line after FEC train 226 north derailed coming out of the north end of the Pineda siding. To the right, anot... (more)
Santa Fe 2959, 3282 and 3338 are on their side next to the north track at the derailment site located just north of Highway 138 in Cajon Pass. Heavy rain storms caused track damage and ATSF 3338, ... (more)
N&W J 611 cab hop rolls down the track during the celebration program at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer.
Some of the colorful "noses" at the Steamliners at Spencer event. To see all these beautiful E and F units together under the lights was quite spectacular.
FEC 711 and FEC 702 are reflected in the water as they lead FEC train 202 into the siding at Palm Bay to wait for the southbound FEC 101 priority intermodal hotshot.
FEC 709 races north with the FEC 336 rock train for the CEMEX facility at City Point.
CSX 8780 sits outside the diesel shops in the Richmond yard.