Expansion! The next phase of the system, the southern leg had it's opening day today. Trains now service areas south of Orlando.
The original "new" champion 714 is 3rd motor on this lashup with 226
Tropical Rains! FEC 101 roars through an intense, incredible thundery downpour. This storm dropped 0.75" in about 20-30 minutes.
The 1980's called, they want their train back! The last "Going Places in Florida" scheme with the tiger stripes left on the FEC leads the Tuesday only 228.
FEC 226 crosses the tidwater
The first train in daylight is 230 with the typical anything on FEC the roster power, today twin little champs. Update 8/13/2018 this and 129 have been abolished.
A Brightline service crosses the New River Fort Lauderdale, sometimes called the Venice of America due to the many waterways. Meanwhile Brightline adds more trains to meet demand.
After a long days work, FEC 905 heads back to Bowden and Jacksonville.
FEC 226 crossing the Tomoka with some extra power.
FEC 230 rumbles over the tidewater. This train can have anything on the FEC roster for power. The 230 / 129 was abolished 8/11/2018.
FEC 226 through St. Augustine crossing the tidal marshes
FEC 226 rolls through St. Augustine with dual LNG sets on the first day of July.
Squally Conditions! FEC 101 roars through a thundery downpour in a warned storm, typical of the tropical rainy season in Florida.
FEC 107 rumbles through St. Augustine. The building on the right is the former FEC HQ now part of Flagler Collage.
An FEC Business special allowing the new owners from Grupo Mexico and prospective customers a look at the railway.