A shorter than normal 101 today due to some disruptions on connecting railroads from Michael. Locally the hurricane brought some unsettled weather but left this part of Florida unscathed.
FEC 226 with an unusual lash up showing off the new FEC containers.
FEC 105 actually ran today and is seen passing through Bunnell as showers move in.
FEC 101 rolls through with one of the "going places in Florida" motors, one of the very few of these left.
Amtrak Heritage leads 98 through Florida. This is the first time in a long while, if ever that we had two heritage motors on the Meteor.
Auto Train races through Seville in the morning.
Seminole Gulf's Sarasota Switcher finds it's way southward on the overgrown right of way after an interchange with CSX. A headlight from a CSX motor can be seen in the distance.
TECO trolley rumbles through Y'bor. Rides are free on Saturdays and will be free all the time soon.
TECO trolley arrives at Dick Greco Plaza. Note the "ditch" lights a recent addition.
A TECO trolley rumbles toward downtown Tampa.
FEC 101 keeps moving containers and trailers toward Miami.
Hurricane Florence disruptions gave us a truncated Sliver Star with a very rare leader. The last time I caught a Dash 8 leader here on Amtrak was June 6,2008 which is also in the database.
FEC 101 kicks up some dust from MOW work as it leaves Bunnell. For Shelley a dancer friend from Tampa who passed on about the time I took this photo.
FEC 101 thunders into Dorena with a friendly wave from David Shelley the famous "East Coast Hogger".
Spring tides have brought high water as 226 does the usual thing at the usual time.