The four red-white-blue Florida East Coast EMD SD70M-2s sit near the shop at New Smyrna Beach, Florida, on January 10, 2015. With the arrival of 24 new GE ES44C4s on FEC, groups of older power wer... (more)
Never thought I would see a Florida East Coast locomotive in Arkansas, but here is one. FEC 107 sits in the early morning light at the Jones Mill Quarry, which is west of Malvern. The two units ... (more)
A colorful consist leads 202, with the rattiest unit on the railroad FEC 719 trailing. UPS and FEC domestic doublestacks trail, rather than the usual aggregate traffic.
Cleanup hitter train 109 crosses Crane Creek on a beautiful fall day in Florida. You couldn't pay me enough to live there, but I sure do like to visit.
Amazing the difference a year can make... none of these units are currently operating on the FEC.
The last trip of the SD70M-2's on 101 south on a cool day. This was the last trip for these motors on the flagship train 101, now pretty much run by the GEVO's.
The sun is setting on the last SD70M-2's. These and the 104 and 106 are the last ones active on the railway, the rest are sidelined.
Only a few more runs for these motors, save the retro blue 3rd out. Dave Shelly takes 101 south on a mild afternoon in Bunnell.
A rare late 210 on the normally on time FEC allows a unique chance for a northbound in PM light...something that has been happening off and on in the past week.
Northbound 202 takes the siding at Micco to meet 101
Northbound 202 rain crosses the St.Lucie River bridge in Stuart.
FEC 107 leads the daily 107 train west through St. Augustine.
FEC 101 rushes south on a beautiful warm day in Northeast Florida. For now, the SD70M-2's roll...but this time next year GEVO's will rule.
In a very "Florida" setting the 101 rolls south over the St. Sebastian River.
FEC 101 rounds the curve into Bunnell. The big M's have a bit of a reprieve as they will hold on until the GEVO's get here at years end. Get your shots folks. You can spot Dave greeting me.