#206 sails by the Unit Train unloading at Cemex's City Point Yard. It technically is Cocoa, which has its "welcome to" sign just behind the engines on US 1, but has always been referred... (more)
Honoring Our Veterans FEC 430 arrives at Colfax to switch Hastings Materials as Maryann gets her shots. This is the first livery of it's type on the FEC.
Re 620 # 070 (Re 6/6 # 11670) "Affoltern am Albis" of the SBB pulls the empty "Weiacher Kies" gravel train 67830 from Rothenburg Station via Olten-Brugg-Regensdorf-Bülach to Z... (more)
If you look back thru history, you will find FEC has traditionally gone thru some kind of power shake-up in the Jan-Feb timeframe. In this case, they put all of their SD40-2 on lease to CSXT, pri... (more)
On some Sunday's FEC runs a 900 down to New Smyrna Beach and back, seen departing Bunnell.
The 105 comes south across the river in Stuart
So, this is where things are at right now in terms of road power. On this date, three fuel tenders were not in use, stored under the shed in Bowden, the future of the LNG program "under revi... (more)
The 905 local rolls into Dorena to run around it's train with grupo blue 421 leading.
The Grupo Duo sporting the recently painted FEC engines 820 and 816 head south past West Palm Beach towards Miami. The scheme blends in well with the lively building colors on a beautiful morning... (more)
Newly painted units in the "Grupo Mexico" scheme take their second trip northbound on train 206. Here they are heading through the Brightline station in West Palm Beach, FL
A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe ballast train slowly climbs the grade though Clay, Colorado, on April 28, 2002. On the point of the heavy train is a trio of SD70MACs, assisted by a pair o... (more)
KCSM 4662 the KCS breast cancer unit leads a southbound loaded rock train out of Shreveport on a beautiful morning in northwest Louisiana.
KCSM 4662 the KCS Breast Cancer awareness unit leads a loaded rock train southbound through Frierson Louisiana on a beautiful morning.
NS G02 cruises through the countryside along the NS Griffin District with a pair of EMD SD40-2s.
Florida East Coast (FEC) ES44C4 no. 818 is seen idling at the Cemex facility in Cocoa, FL. Cemex's own switcher, a Republic RX500 numbered 4, can be seen in the backg... (more)