RailPictures.Net Photo: FEC 809 Florida East Coast Railroad (FEC) GE ET44C4 at Saint Augustine, Florida by Craig Walker
 
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» August 07, 2017
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Passing Through America’s Oldest City

Florida East Coast train 107 (an intermodal train heading from Jacksonville to Miami) traverses the S-curve in Saint Augustine, Florida, on August 7, 2017. This day’s train is powered by FEC ES44C4 809, LNG fuel tender 306 and GECX EF44AC 3000.
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