An exceptionally rare 8 hour late FEC 109 gives us a daytime view of this train in Daytona, complete with LNG set.
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.
A GEVO/SD40-2 combination lead a 111-car 109 south past the classic GRS searchlight signals at the north end of Palm Bay siding. Within moments 109 will meet northbound 336 which is waiting in th... (more)
FEC 109 crosses a bridge which divides the city of Oakland Park from the City of Wilton Manors. The bridge, which was double tracked during the FEC passenger service era, will once again either be... (more)
FEC train 109 brings in another ethanol train for a customer near Port Everglades with some classic EMD power.
FEC train 109 pushes on south across the Palm Beach/Broward county line with a ES44C4, a GP40-2, and a variety of freight for Fort Lauderdale and Miami.
FEC 109 was the first train out after Christmas. The late departure allowed for some daytime photos when the train normally goes through in the dark. Here 109 does not stop at New Smyrna Beach.
FEC 109 was the first train out after Christmas. The late departure allowed for some daytime photos.
A pair of veteran EMDs bring in a unit train of ethanol for a customer in Fort Lauderdale.
FEC train 109 pushes on south through Dania Beach with a pair of SD40-2s and a mixed freight.
On Veterans Day, a late running 109 gives me a chance to get this train in daylight in these parts.
An unusually late 109 provides a unique chance to capture this train in morning light, as opposed to darkness when it normally passes.