A short FEC 109 heads across the Saint Lucie River on its way to Hialeah.
FEC 950-10 Cleared for Rio South with a destination of Fort Pierce.
FEC 109 rolls into Stuart on a beautiful sunny morning.
FEC train 109 rumbles over the troubled waters of St Lucie River. Toxic algae has infected the river as a result of run off into the waterways around Lake O. FEC is using LNG fuel on most trains.
FEC 920 rolls through Stuart Florida
Following, 109 FEC 920 works south. This local works Mon - Fri with Tue / Thu trips south of Ft. Pierce and northward the other three days.
FEC 109 trundles across the water at Stuart. 109 is an easy shot here most days, turning up between 8-9 AM give or take.
FEC 109 rolls under a rainbow as tropical showers move ashore.
We left at 4 AM to get this shot. I love Stuart, so beautiful we even saw dolphins just before 109 arrived.
One of the best shots to be had on the FEC is now easier with FEC 109's schedule change. This once was a if you lucky shot but now is almost routine every day but Sunday chance here.
On this warm but beautiful December day, the FEC Christmas train makes another successful run down the Florida East Coast Railway. Here is the train in Stuart, crossing the St. Lucie River.
123 is always a gamble but 920 on Tue and Thu is a solid bet for the Stuart AM bridge shot. One of FEC's new retro blues leads this short train.
Jewel of the FEC. One of the best shots to be had is at Stuart and when things just work out right and 123 is just a bit late you can get spectacular results.
The FEC's SD70M-2 class unit leads the Northbound 202 Train over the Stuart Bridge on a warm summer afternoon.