The K-Branch still sports infrastructure that shows it's FEC heritage, like the "K67" mp sign seen here. A Bryant turn accelerates east as cane harvest is in full swing (as evidenced by... (more)
USSC #303 leads a loaded cane job through Moore Haven bound for the mill at Clewiston.
USSC #148 pours on the smoke during it's first photo runby south of Clewiston, FL during the Trains magazine photo charter.
USSC #148 pours on the smoke at it's last photo runby for the Trains magazine photo charter on a cold January afternoon in the sugar fields.
Yes, this is a working railroad! US Sugar's immaculately-restored ALCO Pacific #148 runs southbound past one of the many sugar cane loading facilities which dot this industrial railroad. ... (more)
The "Sugar Express" at speed. South Central Florida is certainly the "sugar capitol" of the US, with endless cane fields, water-filled canals and massive processing mill... (more)
A preview of coming attractions at Moore Haven. In a sort of preview of what's to come, US Sugar Locomotive #148 and her passenger train pull into the Central Florida town of Moore Haven on... (more)
Southbound over Fisheating Creek. Less than a mile south of the little town of Palmdale, Florida, US Sugar's ALCO Pacific charges southbound across the timber trestle at Fisheating Creek, h... (more)
Running light on the Clewiston wye. After dropping her cane cars at the company's Clewiston, FL sugar mill complex, US Sugar's pretty Pacific #148 runs light around the wye just east of the... (more)
Headed for the mill. With a cut of 10 cane cars and some executive "varnish" along for the ride, US Sugar's 1920 ALCO Pacific #148 runs at track speed (about 40 mph) toward the company's su... (more)