The Norfolk Southern Geometry train crosses the Loxahatchee River on its way back to Jacksonville. Workers are building a second drawbridge here to accomodate future Brightline service.
FEC 242 is an extra train, the containers were picked up in Titusville. The light held out just long enough to accomplish this shot.
FEC 241 with #427 a repainted "2KBlue" leads an extra move northward. Dedicated to Colleen Steadman a longtime friend from high school who passed on today after bravely fighting an illness.
FEC 905 returns northward with a little help from Susan Komen.
FEC 905 heads south with 427 which was repainted into the 2KBlue scheme last year as the FEC abandoned the Retro Blue.
FEC 427 is the newest repaint, however it appears that "Retro Blue" has been abandoned in favor for the older 2K blue.
FEC train 109 brings in another ethanol train for a customer near Port Everglades with some classic EMD power.
Close encounter! FEC 427 was racing north through the siding at Gifford when this FEC track maintenance truck on the main line suddenly appeared in my camera viewfinder.
FEC train 920 races over a small bridge north of Gifford Siding.
Relatively new train, FEC 212 rolls through Bunnell on a very humid morning. FEC 212 is the northbound counterpart to FEC 111 a Jax to City Point turn. This train has been abolished.
After meeting FEC 222 at Bayard, local 977 works one of the many industrial parks south of Jacksonville with that famous Florida sunshine brightening up the veteran GP40-2.
FEC 224 lead by pretty much standard power, though it is more common to get two GP's on this train. The Crowley containers are always the giveaway, reflecting the waters on this warm morning.
FEC 224 winds through St. Augustine on a cool morning. It is typical to catch 2 GP40-2's on this train.
A rare view on board the Azalea. As guests of the railway myself and RP Contributor Jennifer McDaniel were treated to a ride aboard this historic car. The Azalea is used mainly for business trips... (more)