FEC 435 runs on an FEC rail train enroute to lay fresh rail in preparation for the upcoming Brightline expansion into Orlando Florida.
Crossing Crane Creek in Melbourne, FL is FEC train 336 led by SD40-2 714 and 716. Train 336 is loaded rock from Medley, FL to City Point, FL. The 714 is ex. CNW 6934, UP 3097 and 716 is ex. UP 343... (more)
Florida East Coast Railway train 202 heads across the Crane Creek Bridge in Melbourne, FL. This view will change dramatically in the near future as the bridge will be replaced as part of the Virgi... (more)
16 cylinders and 38 loads of limestone disturb a few birds and not much else on a quiet Monday morning.
FEC 716 has taken the Palm Bay siding as the southbound FEC 101 trains heads towards Miami.
FEC 711 and FEC 702 are reflected in the water as they lead FEC train 202 into the siding at Palm Bay to wait for the southbound FEC 101 priority intermodal hotshot.
807 & 809 cross the Eau Gallie River near Melbourne whilst hauling FEC210-08 from Miami Hialeah to Jacksonville Bowden, 8 Feb 2020
FEC 439, FEC 438, and FEC 414 lead the northbound train 202 through the Palm Bay siding. It wasn't too often that a solid set of GP40-2s would be the power on a FEC train, so it was a real treat ... (more)
FEC 702 races south through the Pineda Siding with train 109 in tow.
Northbound train FEC 202 has plenty of power to pull this 140 car, 10,300 foot long train to Jacksonville. To see 5 locomotives on a FEC train is rare, and to see five different paint schemes is a... (more)
It's two days before Christmas as FEC 710 leads the hot intermodal train 101 south across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne.
FEC 432 runs long hood forward as it leads the local 920 north across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne.
The Fort Pierce local heads north over Crane Creek as a pair of Osprey circle overhead.
FEC 101 rolls over Crane Creek, passing some of the many high rise condos that fill the coast.
Mr. ECH, the "East Coast Hogger", give me a friendly wave as FEC 714, with the new Champion paint scheme, heads north through the Palm Bay siding.