A Class 150/1 makes a stop on a chilly morning in Dawlish. The Class 150/1's have been retired replaced by class 150/2's and 166's. The local services are used heavily by many.
A London bound HST 125 rolls past Marine Parade and the famous "Blenhiem" B&B a must for any railfan. The seawall on left has recently been rebuilt and enlarged to protect the railway.
An HST flashes past Marine Parade, seen from The Blenheim. A project to enlarge and reinforce the seawall here has altered this view but you still have the best view you can get.
Today brought snow, hail, rain and thunder to parts of the UK. Here in Dawlish we had a dramatic sky for a while. View of this 220 is from The Bleheim a must for any rail enthusiast.
A Voyager DMU hustles through the seaside town of Dawlish. The sea wall on the right has recently been rebuilt and enlarged to protect the railway, changing this view.
A HST set blasts through Dawlish UK during a spell of sunshine on a rather chilly day. Our 2nd visit here yielded plenty of trains including these HST's who's days are numbered.
FEC 226 with four motors this morning. That is an LNG tender between the first two.
FEC Family Days special with the newly repainted "St. Augustine" now in Champion Colors, top and tailed by Susan Komen.
A new scheme now is that FEC 905 brings cars from NSB to Jax on Fridays. Makes the Bunnell northbound shot easier to get.
FEC 226 with the set that premiered LNG fuel onto the railway.
The time change allows one to shoot FEC 107 now and today's 107 head one of the LNG sets plus a EMD in tow.
FEC 226 in St. Augustine on a cool breezy morning at high tide, Seeing two GEVO's without LNG is now the exception instead of the norm.
FEC 716 leads a rail train as a mother and son look on. It was a very warm day with temps pushing 90 in east central Florida.
FEC 143 rolls through Colfax. This extra was bound for Cocoa Beach with mostly rock but also had some other manifest.
FEC 101 ran with four motors...two dead in tow.