FEC 224 rolls through St. Augustine on a warm morning.
First trip to Miami for the LNG set, seen here returning to Jacksonville.. The LNG set is now making several trips a week on 121 / 226 for more testing.
FEC 226 on a warm June morning with a big champ little champ combo.
Memorial Day morning FEC 224 turned up with a string of Tropicana cars in tow. Pretty rare matter of fact I think this was the first time I had seen them on 224.
FEC 226 with four motors rumbles through the tidal marshes of St. Augustine. It's pretty rare to get this many motors on an FEC train but happens on occasion when power needs to be moved.
FEC 226 with Tropicana cars, something that happened for a few Sundays in May. Usually the Tropicana cars are on the much earlier 222.
Three motors lead FEC 226 through St. Augustine. For a few weeks 226 was picking up the Tropicana cars on Sunday.
FEC 226 with a string of Tropicana cars through St. Augustine along the salt marshes.
FEC 111 with the Liquefied Natural Gas set for testing. The LNG set has been testing on the FEC since December. If all goes well they may be a feature on all through FEC trains.
FEC 107 rolls over the the tidewater in the Nations Oldest City, in a shot only doable during low tide when one can hike through the marsh.
FEC 111 is one of those trains you never know what you will get power wise. Only shootable on Sundays as they run earlier, today had a trio of retro blue GP40-2/3's.
FEC 226 on a beautiful morning in St. Augustine.
We would think one was enjoying "420" if they said that two SD40-2's lead a mainline FEC freight on a GEVO dominated railway. But yes it really did happen..and does once in a while.
Testing! The LNG set has been testing to New Smyrna Beach and back via 111 and 212 every other day. Today was no exception as the LNG set along with 3 other motors lead 111.