Two First Coast Railroad employees ride FCRD 1605 as it backs into the yard in Fernandina Beach, Florida to switch more boxcars. Behind the FCRD 1810 is former Norfolk Southern 5566, which is now... (more)
A First Coast Railroad employee changes out the MU cable on the FCRD 1810 in the Fernandina Beach, Florida. Behind the FCRD 1810 is former Norfolk Southern 5564, which is now wearing FURX marking... (more)
After completing their work for the day, First Coast Railway 1605 and 1602 spend a quiet evening as a winter storm approaches from the west.
The crew on the First Coast 1810 back their cut of cars into the yard before calling it a day.
Florida First Coast Yulee transfer.
The FCRD transfer job rumbles off the island crossing the Intracoastal bound for Yulee.
Florida First Coast crews tie down the train
First Coast Railroad works the port at the north end of Amelia Island.
Florida First Coast rolls along the waterfront returning from the Port.
The unique GP7U run by the First Coast Railroad in Fernandina Beach, FL sits on the mainline ready to go for the next day. It will haul this cut of cars to the CSX interchange in Yulee, just a sh... (more)
An exChatahoochie Industrial RR geep shoves to cars into FCRDs yard.
Pearl Harbor Day finds this rather generic switcher as the only unit under power at this interesting little operation.
Once Tennessee, Alabama, & Georgia (TAG) 707, this geep with the most interesting nose job, looks to be near its end of useful service, but lets hope not! Photo taken on public property with zoom... (more)
exxADN, exCIRR geep heads out of the Rayonier paper mill after shuffling around a few cars. The 1810 was recently repainted from its ADN green and white to the G&W corporate colors.
FCRD 1810 makes a light move toward the port to rearrange some boxcars.