"Tri-Rail Over the Miami River Drawbridge"
Tri-Rail BL36PH 823 leads a southbound train over the Miami River Drawbridge as it approaches it's final stop, Miami Airport Station.
"Tri-Rail at Miami Airport"
Tri-Rail GP49PH-3 812 leads a deadhead into Miami Airport Station while an American Airlines Flight ascends to it's cruising altitude.
Avoiding the traffic on Interstate 95 in South Florida, passengers on a northbound Tri-Rail train pass through Boynton Beach with cab car TCRX 505 leading on the former CSX Miami Subdivision (ex-S... (more)
TRCX 818 trails on a northbound Florida Tri-Rail commuter train passing through Boynton Beach on the former CSX Miami Subdivision (ex-Seaboard-All Florida Railway). Vehicle traffic can be seen to ... (more)
While 805 has a newer livery and missing fewer parts, it appears as though all of these unique cowled rebuilds in the photo are out of service at the time of the photo.
Old power in the background peers at brand new power in the foreground. If locomotives could think, I imagine it would be feeling skeptical and uneasy about the newcomer. Will they get along or is... (more)
A Southbound Tri-Rail using the opposite track due to a stopped Amtrak P098-05 sitting on the opposite track.
Tri-Rail at the old Miami Airport stop.
Tri-Rail's facility in Hialeah had a variety of equipment outside the shop, including F40PHL-2 805, two GP49H-3s and a bi-level DMU.
Two of Tri-Rail's retired F40PHL-2s, 804 and 801 sit tucked away from the rest of the herd in the yard.
Tri-Rail four-axle Diesel-electric locomotive Brookville BL36PH #825 with a commuter train at night at the new Miami Airport station, opened in April 2015. Tri-Rail is the launch customer of this ... (more)
One of Tri-Rail's new Brookville BL36PH locomotives leads a Miami bound local through Boca Raton, FL with a nice matching set of Bombardier commuter cars.