It's July in Florida and the sun angles are great for morning shots at the marsh.
Changes to 103/204 now make them a Jax - Fort Pierce and back run, note the back to back power leading.
Dodging cloud leftover from Tropical Cyclone Alex off shore, the 202 rolls north thru the marsh. A shot that works in Summer. No LNG set lashups are fairly uncommon.
Memorial Day 202 twists through the Nation's Oldest City on a day of remembrance. The FEC did not slow down today.
The morning 202 in St. Augustine
The 202 running minus lng tender which uncommon rolls into St. Augustine bound for Jax.
FEC 105 rolls through St. Augustine
The 202 rolls through on a lovely day in the Nation's oldest city. This is a fairly reliable train to shoot here arriving between 8-9 am though some days can be much earlier or later.
FEC train 202 rumbles across the tidewater in the nation's oldest city.
Two miles of "stuff" for SoFlo rolls through St. Augustine.
In a very lucky spell of sunshine the 202 makes it's way through a breezy St. Augustine.
FEC train 202 crossing the water in St. Augustine on a brisk day
Uncommon for an SD40-2 as the 2nd motor on an lng set. Though not equipped to run on LNG fuel the can still MU.
The FEC 202 in glorious morning light on a rather chilly morning.
FEC 823 on 1/23 on the 105.