Seaboard Air Line Photos

E-7 at Tampa Union Station
Photographed in Tampa, this E-7 from EMD was part of the 'E' series of locomotives that became the standard passenger diesels on most railroads.
Photo - Wm J. Lenoir


ALCO diesels at Tampa Roundhouse
An ALCO FA and RS diesel at Tampa roundhouse. ALCO RS-3 #1633 is currently in operation at the Museum, painted in these green and yellow SAL colors.
Photo - Howard Robins


Bradenton Station
The station in Bradenton, FL is located just next to the Manatee River crossing. The signal on the left guards the approach to the river's draw bridge. While passenger trains no longer call, the building is still in use for private business.
Photo - Wm J. Lenoir

Northbound at Wimauma
This northbound Doodlebug was photographed at Wimauma in 1968 on SAL's main line between Tampa and Sarasota. This is the same line the Museum operates on between Parrish and Willow. Unfortuantely, the track was removed in 1986 north of Willow.
Photo - August Staebler


ALCO at Tampa Union Station
This ALCO awaits work at Tampa Union Station after the merger of ACL and SAL.
Photo - J R. Herron