FEC 111 now shootable again due to the time change. A surprise was the EMD leader.
Florida East Coast Railway train 101-24 is southbound through St. Augustine, along the San Sebastian River, with ES44ACs 819 and 822 leading the mile-long intermodal train from Jacksonville to Mia... (more)
Florida East Coast train No. 210 rumbles through foggy wetlands at St. Augustine, Florida, on January 13, 2015. Two new GE ES44C4s power the northbound train—Nos. 805 and 803.
A trio of golfers pause before teeing off to watch Florida East Coast train No. 101, which reliably leaves Jacksonville after lunchtime, pass the Daytona Beach Golf Club.
Resting inside Florida East Coast’s open-air locomotive shop at New Smyrna Beach, Florida, on January 10, 2015, is FEC EMD GP40-2 No. 433 in fresh “Retro Blue” paint on Track 1, with sister GP40-2... (more)
Florida East Coast EMD GP40-2 No. 433, in fresh “Retro Blue” paint, rests in the railroad’s New Smyrna Beach Shop with two sisters in the older scheme on January 10, 2015.
FEC 105 leads train 224 right at sunrise. 30 seconds earlier and there would have been no light.
Champion in St. Augustine on a warm morning. Tides were also higher than normal due to the position of the Moon.
It is a beautiful morning in St. Augustine with two engines in my favorite paint scheme. This is the first time I had ever seen two of them together.
FEC 226 faithfully appears on Sunday morning near 9:00 AM with the 708 and ratty 719 which needs a repaint badly. Over time the yellow will be replaced by the Champion scheme.
On a fantastic morning, 224 rolls past the old HQ building. It's been a week since a directive was issued to have an SD70M-2 on trains 224 / 123 which for years was dominated by GP40's
FEC 202 picks up a string of cars from New Smyrna Beach Yard.
Christmas Eve, Florida Style. FEC 101 crossed the edge of the Daytona Golf Course on a warm breezy day.
New Smyrna Beach Locomotive Shops