My husband waves at 224 after getting his pictures.
FEC 226 rumbles along US 1 into Bunnell on a sunny morning. The FEC and US 1 are never far from each other from Jax to Miami.
The 224 was unusually late this morning due to a bad order car. That gave us 224 and then 226 about 10 minutes behind him on a breezy morning in St. Augustine.
Crossing the St Sebastian River on a pleasant Sunday evening.
At New Smyrna Beach yard
FEC 101 in Bunnell
Who wudda thunk a few years ago that GE rule the FEC...but here we are. 101 with high priority stuff for southern Florida hustles through Colfax lead by 2 C4's.
FEC 818 and 817 lead an intermodal south by Boynton Beach after a meet at Hypoluxo.
Florida East Coast train No. 101 led by new GE ES44C4s Nos. 818, 800 and 809 flies across Spruce Creek just south of Spruce Creek siding south of Port Orange, Florida, on January 13, 2015.
Surprise! Every once in a while the FEC throws a surprise at you, like this ES44 - GP40-2 lashup on the high priority 101. A chilly day with a high of 46...
The logo that adorns the nose and cab sides of Florida East Coast’s new General Electric ES44C4s as seen on FEC No. 818 at Bowden Yard at Jacksonville, Florida, on January 11, 2015.
A machinist at Florida East Coast’s Bowden Yard at Jacksonville, Florida, inspects new FEC General Electric ES44C4 No. 818 on January 11, 2015. All 24 of FEC’s new GE ES44C4 locomotives are painte... (more)
Three Florida East Coast Champion ES44C4s (818, 800, 809) lead FEC train 101-13 across Spruce Creek just south of Spruce Creek siding.
What a way to start 2015, with this incredible lashup on 101. Today is Henry Flagler's Birthday....maybe he still has "some control" over his railway....