Florida East Coast 226's conductor gets some air whilst crossing the tidewater in St. Augustine.
The 101 blasts out of a torrential rain shower brought on by developing tropical cyclone Bertha that formed off shore.
An FEC 900 ran today, seen here at Harwood, running with two GP40-2's and loads from Titusville and New Smyrna Beach.
If the train makes it here before 0900 the light works for northbounds this time of year along the marsh.
The mighty 101 had some extra power today, seen blasting through Colfax.
FEC 226 on a blustery day with a lucky spell of sun.
The port job heads back to Hialeah Yard.
FEC 107 in St. Augustine! One of my favorite spots to photo this train.
Sometimes the FEC throws a surprise at you. This 900 turned up reminding us that EMD is alive and well on this railway.
FEC 226 on a calm morning
FEC 107 usually the 2nd southbound daylight train wheels through the nation's oldest city.
FEC 905 it's work done heads back for Bowden.
During this era, train 109 often originated at Ft Pierce and was all empty aggregate, cement & sulphuric acid returning to the plant at Medley.
A late 210 is bounded by palm trees as it crosses the St Lucie River in Stuart, FL.