The second train in Brightline’s growing fleet is on its way to West Palm Beach.
Photos posted on Facebook by rail enthusiasts late Tuesday show the train traveling through parts of California.
Brightline unveiled its first train, named Bright Blue because of the color of the markings on its passenger cars, at a special event in January.
The second train is dubbed Bright Pink.
The trains are being built at Siemens’ manufacturing hub in Sacramento, California. In all, five trains are expected to arrive in South Florida before the company launches the first leg of its passenger service this summer.
The first leg will carry passengers between West Palm Beach and Miami. Eventually, Brightline plans to expand service north to Orlando.