A matched set of FEC GP40-2s are in charge of 109 on this day as the crew sets out a pair of high & wide loads in the yard at City Point. The remainder of train 109 is holding on the main at righ... (more)
Old and worn out FEC 719 rolls south across the Crane Creek Bridge in downtown Melbourne. Hopefully this SD40-2 will receive the new FEC Champion Heritage paint scheme.
A CSX unit coal train on the FEC on April fool's day? Running as FEC 109 with other junk freight tacked on the rear a unit coal train delivered the day before in Jacksonville makes its way south ... (more)
Southbound traffic on the FEC is starting to get back to normal after a derailment in Jacksonville had an effect on traffic. Here train 109 leads a long intermodal train across the Turkey Creek B... (more)
FEC train 109 heads south across the bridge at Stuart with rock empties from Fort Pierce. A single engine has the train in hand today with traffic being light due to the holidays.
FEC Champion Heritage 716 leads 717 and train 109 south down the mainline at Micco Siding.
The little engine that could. FEC 412 has no problem pulling a long string of autoracks south across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne.
CITX 141 is the lone power on FEC train 109 as it pulls a long train of autoracks south across the Crane Creek bridge towards Miami. After months of daily clouds and thunderstorms, it is nice to ... (more)
Florida East Coast Champion Heritage 703 leads two more SD40-2s and a solid set of loaded CSX coal cars south across the Crane Creek Bridge in downtown Melbourne. Hopefully the second unit, numbe... (more)
FEC train 109, with CITX 142 and Champion Heritage 714, makes for a colorful locomotive consist as they head south across the Crane Creek bridge towards Miami.
With no wind, dolphins, manatee, turtles, sharks, alligators, fish, birds, or fishermen disturbing the water, the Crane Creek is very calm as FEC train 109 rolls south across the bridge.
Pacing CITX 142 as it heads south towards Miami with Florida East Coast train 109.
Evidence of a well maintained right-of-way as FEC train 109 rolls smoothly down the main line towards Miami.
Southbound train 109, with FEC 411 and 433, crosses the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne with an 11,977 foot long bare table train.
As storm clouds begin to build, FEC 411 and 433 are having no problem pulling an 11,977 foot long bare table train.