If the train makes it here before 0900 the light works for northbounds this time of year along the marsh.
FEC 226 on a blustery day with a lucky spell of sun.
FEC 107 in St. Augustine! One of my favorite spots to photo this train.
FEC 226 on a calm morning
FEC 107 usually the 2nd southbound daylight train wheels through the nation's oldest city.
It is a blustery day in St. Augustine, as 226 running a bit late rumbles through.
St. Augustine Floida finds FEC 107 wheeling through the curves of Moultrie Junction, where the St. Auigustine depot once stodd.
FEC 107 in St. Augustine.
FEC 226 crossing the tidewater as RP Contributor and my Wife "MaryAnn" gets her shots. This is usually a pretty reliable train to photograph in the morning here.
FEC 107 rolls along the tidewater in the Nations Oldest City. The 107 is a reliable train to shoot in the spring and summer months here, turning up between 6-7 pm, an hour later on Saturday.
Train 107 rolls through St Augustine. This is one of my favorite spots to photograph this train with the buildings and spires of Flagler College in the background.
FEC 107 on beautiful evening in St. Augustine.
FEC 107 in the nation's oldest city Miami bound. Evidence of Henry Flagler's work is seen beyond the rails, the old HQ for the FEC along with the college once an FEC hotel seen in the distance.
With the time change, shots of 107 are possible again, giving us a socially distanced view in the nation's oldest city. The FEC continues to play a vital roll bringing supplies during COVID 19.
FEC 226 rolls across the tidewater.