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.
FEC 218 running a little late rolls across the tidewater.
FEC 230 rumbles across the marshland. Today 230 was ahead of both 218 & 226 and continues to bring "anything on the FEC roster" power. 230 no longer runs.
The FEC 230 train rumbles through St. Augustine with the usual crazy lashup. Unfortunately, FEC has abolished this and it's counterpart 129, so 230 no longer runs.
FEC 218 swings through St. Augustine right after sunrise. I think the 817 is stalking me...
FEC 226 crosses the tidewater. Some brush clearing here had opened up a few new angles of what is likely the most photographed bridge on the FEC.
Sometimes FEC 230 will look like a throwback to 2012...However the 230 no longer runs.
The sun has swung far enough around for the "marsh shot" Here FEC 218 trundles across the tidal marshes.
The one that started the Champion fleet leads "the train to get" FEC 230. The 230 can bring any lashup imaginable on the FEC. 230 no longer runs.
FEC 226 in St. Augustine, note the SD40-2 as the 2nd motor. That is a bit unusual.
FEC 218 running a little late rolls across the tidewater
FEC 222 running usually late, rolls through St. Augustine with Tropicana loads.
FEC 218 usually through here before sunrise ran a little late allowing for a shot of this train.
FEC 226 slides through the nations oldest city on a bright but cool morning. This morning's 226 was missing the normal LNG tanker.