An extra, train #141, heads south across the bridge at Roseland, FL with Tropicana empties for Fort Pierce and intermodal for Fort Lauderdale and Miami. The train will also pick up rock empties a... (more)
FEC local train #920 heads south at Stuart behind classic FEC power. While the road trains may now be the domain of GEVOs, locals and yard jobs will continue to look like the FEC of old.
FEC 101 bound for Miami with triple big champs, rolls along the tidewater in St. Augustine. The Mission Cross a well known landmark stands in the distance on this 80 degree day.
FEC 101 swings through the tightest curve on the mainline in St. Augustine. As you can see, some EMD lives on rolling on the FEC.
My husband, Bob Pickering shooting the 101 with 802 leading leaving Bowden Yard. He loves taking his shots from up on the Jeep.
Almost as it was in the summer time, a strong downpour comes out of nowhere as FEC 101 is starting its southbound run to Miami. Those are some big drops in the beams of the headlights and the stea... (more)
FEC 240 with a fantastic lashup of 3 GP40's, two in the "Retro Blue" scheme lead about 11,000 ft of intermodal and autoracks northward. Every once in a while the FEC throws a surprise.
FEC 224 steps across the tidewater lead by two "Little Champs". As more GE's arrive catching EMD's on a through freight will become more challenging.
The sun is setting on the last SD70M-2's. These and the 104 and 106 are the last ones active on the railway, the rest are sidelined.
Retro! The Florida East Coast Railway's Champion and Retro Blue look good together going over Spruce Creek.
FEC 101 swings out of Bunnell with a mix of GE and EMD power. For now rainbow consists still occur.
Last few trips on 101 with these two as the now most of the SD70M-2's have become sidelined, only ones left running are the former Rail America units.
Scenes like this are getting harder to catch now with about half the thru trains with ES44C4's. Meanwhile a dual set of former Rail America's hustle through Bunnell.
FEC 210 rolls north with a combo ES44C4 / SD40-2 lashup as the GEVO's begin to slowly infiltrate the railway. The 804 was held in Miami for crew training on Tuesday.