A pair of CSX units wait in a yard in Orlando for orders.
Disney's Monorail service began in 1971 and originally used the Mk IV monorail built by Martin Marietta. In 1989 the park switched to using the Mk VI monorail which was built by Bombardier Transp... (more)
Under turbulent skies, Disney's Monorail Silver departs the station at the main parking lot for the Magic Kingdom and heads towards the Epcot park.
Disney operates 12 different monorail trains which move people between parking lots and two parks (Magic Kingdom and EPCOT). They are all named by the colors on the train, with this one being Mono... (more)
It is early in the morning at Disney as Monorail Peach arrives at the Magic Kingdom station. Soon the walkway will be jammed with kids and adults looking to have a great time in the park.
A variety of EMD power switches cars in the CSX Taft Yard.
A severe thunderstorm is pouring rain on the CSX Taft yard in Orlando. Note the railroad crossing sign next to the CSX 7914 as the crew waits the storm out before doing more switching.
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CSX 6451, GP-30 CSX 2323 and GP-38 CSX 2059 work on gathering their train together in preparation to leave Taft yard. A few hours later the yard would be hit with severe thunderstorms.
CSX 8782 and CSX 7866 sit on the spur track off of the CSX Taft yard. Don't know how much longer these SD60Ms will remain on the CSX roster.
Four of a kind. CSX 5555 sits in the Taft Yard on a cool January morning.
Pulling away from Tomorrowland Station, Baldwin Locomotive Works No 4, Roy O Disney ascends the 2% grade for Main Street USA.
A tour of the Walt Disney facility finds this Baldwin Locomotive Works No 4, named after Roy O Disney sits outside the shops ready for service hauling passengers.
One of many monorails transporting people to and from various places within the park.
Moving Disney. As we waited to travel to Epcot, the Coral Monorail appeared with the American Flag flying in the breeze behind it.
A local from Taft Yard exits the CFRC Orlando Subdivision main as it approaches S. Orange Ave. to work an industry along Tradepost Rd.