Try looking at my stuff on Railfan South Florida and there will be more but in short here is some from that thread that I typed in some time back, things haven't changed too much.
Out of Hialeah 210, 202, 222 and 226 with IM and anything else as well plus out of Medley 336 the Unit train for City Point. SB 101, 107, 109 and 121 for Hialeah, 335 the empty rock cars for Medley. Sometimes the Unit Train will also carry more rock to drop enroute NB.
Out of Fort Lauderdale 218 and 224 NB and 117 and 123 SB. This makes a total of seven trains weekdays. The Unit trains run Sunday - Friday while the other jobs out of Hialeah run every day. Out of Fort Lauderdale trains 224 and 123 run Sunday through Friday while 218 and 117 run Monday through Friday.
Restoration of 218 and 123 means that 224 is not as long as it was before although it is much heavier than 218, 224 runs non-stop to Bowden while 218 makes stops enroute to pick up more cars, I am not positive just what stops 218 makes except I am pretty sure they do work at Fort Pierce. Southbound 107 was a monster with a big rear end drop at Fort Lauderdale, now 107 gets a straight shot to Hialeah with 117 running to Fort Lauderdale non-stop from Bowden.
On another subject I have heard at a bunch of the 700's are coming back from the CSX lease to the FEC for service or whatever while the four remaining SD-70's might also be coming back but in this case I think it is just to be parked at NSB for storage.
To update a little bit the locals out of Fort Lauderdale run generally in the daytime hours one north and one south, local 970 works the middle shift and stays in the yard. Southbound 121, 123, 109 and 335 are possible in the AM; 123 terminates at Fort Lauderdale the others to Hialeah with 335 empty rock cars to Medley. Northbound 202 in the PM maybe around 1:30 to 2;30, it was somewhat later than that today. Trains 222 and 218 maybe around 7:00 PM usually 222 ahead and 218 originates at Fort Lauderdale. There is construction all over the place so beward of construction debris, track materials etc and some of the scenic areas are just not that scenic today, The Fort Lauderdale Siding is not in use north of the crossover at SW 17th Street for construction of the new passenger station. The lalyout in Fort Lauderdale will consist of one main track for freight trains and two tracks through the new passenger station, went by there yesterday and it looks really sharp but much work remains to be done in this area. Good things coming to the Florida East Coast. As always be careful around railroad tracks, stay OFF railroad property and have a great time.
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