FEC 224 reflects off the tidewater on a mild morning in St. Augustine. 224 is always recognizable with Crowley containers and usually the power is back to back.
FEC 107 takes the curve at St. Augustine in the late evening sun. The time change has given us back our Sunday trains.
As the sun begins to lower, FEC 107 squeezes through the tightest curve on the mainline. Sunday evening is a good time to be in St. Aug you can catch 111 and 107 inside of an hour.
One of the cooler mornings we have had in a while.... FEC 226 rumbles across the tidewater.
A late running 210 run north along the San Sebastian River estuary at low tide.
A curve near the famous bridge not frequently photographed. FEC 226 rounds out of Moultrie Junction on a warm humid morning.
FEC 226 crosses the waters of the San Sebastian River
It's a fantastic mild morning in the Nation's Oldest City as a late 222 makes an appearance over the river. Tropicana cars behind the motors
The "Balse Lost" graffiti that has been on the bridge the last few years is finally painted over. I think it was about a guy who lost his fortune on wheel of fortune. Three gevos on 226.
My favorite motor, FEC 806 leads a slightly late 224 through St. Augustine. Some of FEC's newest containers right behind.
FEC 226 was ahead of 224 this morning. A lot of brush clearing has opened up new angles on the famous bridge.
FEC 224 racing to Jacksonville on this brisk January morning with GEVO 806 in the lead.
Chilly morning in Saint Augustine FEC 226 headed towards Jacksonville with GEVO 813 AKA Champ in the lead.