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Florida's Tri-Rail Via Deerfield Beach


Brighton Local

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So, I went to Florida for a few days to visit some friends & family. I headed down to the closest Tri-Rail Station along I-95, which happened to be the Deerfield Beach Station. This station is one stop south of Boca Raton. The tracks here are shared by Tri-Rail, AmTrak, and I believe are owned by CSX.

 

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Zach

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ah Tri rail, i remember that, first time I saw was in 2003, it was so tall thjat it felt like a Double Decker bus, fun part is u can cross the tracks lol :)

 

nice shots zach btw

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Cool stuff and nice catch on that colorful Tri-Rail train! :D! Verry Berry Clear and Crisp too! :)!

 

Thanks!

 

Nice pix, at least you won't die if you fall off....

Thanks..

 

These trains would look so much better with another color scheme. Still, nice pics.

 

Hmm Maybe.. Thanks..

 

Man, those locos are loud. Glad to see they are still kicking somewhere other than NJ!:cool:

 

Nice stuff z-man!

 

- A

 

Thanks Andy! Yeah, i was hoping to catch an F40PH, but then again, wouldn't mind of catching Tri-Rails GP40 :cool:

 

I almost crapped myself when I saw how tall the bi-level was :rolleyes:

Yeah, those RTA cars are new, and are part of Tri-Rails 'Green' Future, but, yes the regular Tri-Rail Coaches are high.

 

ah Tri rail, i remember that, first time I saw was in 2003, it was so tall thjat it felt like a Double Decker bus, fun part is u can cross the tracks lol :D

 

nice shots zach btw

 

Thanks!

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