US Sugar's Fort Pierce turn waits for the 95 year old Port Mayaca lift bridge to lower so it can cross the Saint Lucie canal.
A tour of the USSC shops where hard working shop crews stay busy.
US Sugar Corp train from the FEC interchange crosses the Miami Canal in the late afternoon.
A US Sugar Corp freight rolls west over RIM Ditch C-24 on its way back to Clewiston after interchanging with the FEC in Fort Pierce.
South Central Florida Express' turn to Fort Pierce nears the FEC yard with a single GP and a dozen cars. Certainly, a non-traditional scene for December railroading with palm trees and warm tempe... (more)
With 1 gon loaded with rip-rap and 5 empty sugar cars, the SCFE heads back to Clewiston after interchanging with FEC.
South Central Florida's Fort Pierce Turn casts a perfect reflection.
After stopping and activating the push-button drawbridge, the Fort Pierce Turn crosses the St. Lucie Canal Bridge on its return trip to Clewiston with traffic from the FEC on the drawbars of the l... (more)
The inbound interchange train from the FEC in Ft. Pierce crosses the lift bridge over the St. Lucie Canal on it's journey back to Clewiston.
US Sugar power is parked outside of the SCFE shops in Clewiston, FL.
South Central Florida Express' turn to Fort Pierce crosses an irrigation canal on its way to the FEC interchange.
A short South Central Florida Express train exits Ft Pierce yard for the FEC K Branch, with a US Sugar Corp leader. FEC 930 has a joint warrant and will be just a few minutes behind them.
The sweetest railroad in North America, hauling tanks & hoppers of cane sugar for interchange to FEC and eventually NS.