FEC southbound train 109, with CITX 141 for power, crosses the Roseland Creek Bridge with a long baretable train.
Southbound train 109 crosses the Roseland Creek Bridge with a 7,983 foot long baretable train.
Southbound train 109 is slowing down for a meet and crew swap with northbound train 210 at the Micco siding. The paint on FEC 719 has seen better days and hopefully it will receive the new FEC Ch... (more)
In need of a new paint job, weathered FEC 719 leads 702 and 7,983 foot long baretable train 109 across the Crane Creek Bridge in downtown Melbourne, Florida. Recently, more 109 trains have been r... (more)
FEC train 109 heads south across the Eau Gallie River bridge. FEC 715 is the former Union Pacific 3437.
FEC 109 with the 2nd Ethanol Train to ever run on the Florida East Coast Railway. Many fans upon their first visit to the FEC will say it is a first class operation. Just look at that mainline and... (more)
FEC 109 hustles the 2nd Ethanol Train to ever run on the Florida East Coast Railway meeting the sunrise in Bunnell. This train provided another opportunity to shoot a southbound in good morning li... (more)
We catch very rare daylight move of FEC 109 in these parts. For some reason 109 was a few hours late leaving Bowden yard and finally after about 45 minutes of chasing a good sunlit chance to get ... (more)
FEC train 109 continues its southbound journey through wonderful Stuart, FL.
FEC train 109 highballs through sunny Stuart, FL, passing palm tress and sailboats that cost more than my house.
Christmas Eve, Florida Style. FEC 109 crosses the tropical waters at Jupiter heading southward on a warm breezy day.
Happy Christmas Eve! We saw Manatees while waiting for the train!!! :D
Happy Christmas Eve! On a day off from work, chased 109 with fellow RP.net contributor, BP. We sat on top of the bridge in Ft. Pierce for about a half hour waiting for 109... had a double good v... (more)
A very short FEC 109 seen on warm Christmas Eve in south Florida.
FEC 109 on a very warm day in Stuart. Today it was near 87 and very breezy. 109 typically takes empty hoppers back to Miami but also delivers cars from the north to New Smyrna and Ft. Pierce.