An Arrow set departs Hoboken Terminal for the Gladstone Branch. The Arrow III's are in their sunset years on NJT.
The N train wanders above the streets of Queens, viewed from the Hilton Garden Inn. Ask for the subway side if you come.
FEC 226 is our third train this morning.
FEC 218 running a little late rolls across the tidewater.
FEC 230 rumbles across the marshland. Today 230 was ahead of both 218 & 226 and continues to bring "anything on the FEC roster" power. 230 no longer runs.
Under threatening skies, a Brightline service, "Bright Green" departs for Miami. Service to Miami started two weeks ago and so far ridership has been strong.
Brightline has Arrived in Miami! The newest major railway station in America has opened 50 ft above the streets of Miami. This completes Phase 1. Phase 2 is to Orlando.
Cane season is over, USSC power stands at Clewiston. Taken w/ permission during FECRS tour. Take a note of the LED headlamps and ditch light.
FEC 226 rounds into Bunnell as Sub Tropical Storm Alberto moves in. Today's 226 had a dual LNG lashup and solid FEC boxes.
Sometimes 230 runs with standard power, but it still looks good going over the Tomoka. The 230 no longer runs.
FEC 107 now easily shot due to longer days. The new parking garages for Flagler Collage have further changed the skyline of the Nation's Oldest City.
The FEC 230 train rumbles through St. Augustine with the usual crazy lashup. Unfortunately, FEC has abolished this and it's counterpart 129, so 230 no longer runs.
FEC 218 swings through St. Augustine right after sunrise. I think the 817 is stalking me...
FEC 101 races a SUV splashing out of Bunnell as the rain continues. This is the very last photo of a train from my 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee, after 405,000 miles of adventures.
FEC 101 hammers through a thundery downpour at Colfax. Florida has been hammered with persistent rain due to a plume of tropical moisture locked over the state.