FEC 905 with two motors heads back north through Bunnell. The two motor configuration is rare for 905 and gave me memories of FEC in the 1980's when that was common.
FEC local in the city backyards
The Tuesday only as needed 228 is currently the train to get these days on the north end. It can run with anything on the FEC roster, this day we were gifted a little Champ, 3rd train this A.M.
With only 8 left on the roster, getting a GP38-2 leading on FEC is a treat. Unfortunately, this one was recently repainted and running long hood forward... but the scenery makes up for it.
Was surprised by this business extra today. I missed the prized shot in Bunnell, but was lucky as a crew change happened between here and there allowing me to catch up.
FEC's Port Job trundles across a busy Biscayne Bay as many boaters enjoy it's blue tropical waters. This view is from the Intercontinental Miami pool deck area. The port line reactivated in 2015.
FEC 702 is about a half mile north of the Pineda siding as it races south with train 109 towards Miami.
In the early morning sun, FEC 720 shows off the colorful Champion paint scheme, as it heads north with train 210. With the long snoot nose, this locomotive just looks like it was made to race dow... (more)
The 1980's called, they want their train back! The last "Going Places in Florida" scheme with the tiger stripes left on the FEC leads the Tuesday only 228.
FEC 812 leads LNG tender 311 and SD40-2 710 north across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne.
FEC In Kentucky?" After spending couple years in Storage the FEC SD70M-2 hits the rails again as lease engines on Norfolk Southern. A pair of them happened to be sole power on the Daily Atlan... (more)
FEC 101 and FEC 414 lead train FEC 109 south on the main line at Pineda on a clear Florida morning.
The "class" FEC GEVO leads an LNG fuel tender and GECX 3000 across the New River bridge in Fort Lauderdale's Riverwalk district on a beautiful spring morning in south Florida.
A beautiful day in downtown Miami sees the Florida East Coast Railroad "Port Job" resting in the Port of Miami Terminal Yard before getting clearance off Dodge Island.
The FEC 900 on a sunny afternoon.