FEC crews check out two jackknifed doublestack cars that are resting on top of the main line after FEC train 226 north derailed coming out of the north end of the Pineda siding. To the right, anot... (more)
FEC 905 rolling into Bunnell with an LNG set from the New Smyrna Shops.
433 who has been our motor for 905 most of this week leads the train back north thru Bunnell. Sun angles are now opening up new angles.
FEC 433 rushes north with FEC's 905 local.
Florida East Coast EMD GP40-2 No. 433, in fresh “Retro Blue” paint, rests in the railroad’s New Smyrna Beach Shop with sister locomotive No. 430 in the older blue scheme on January 10, 2015.
Through Julia! FEC 905 heads for Bowden as developing Tropical Storm Julia brings squally rains to the area. The work must get done, rain or shine.
Florida East Coast crews work very methodically throughout the night to re-rail FEC 433. The locomotive, along with four double-stack cars, derailed coming out of the north end of the Pineda sidin... (more)
Damaged FEC 433 and TTX double-stack well car sit in the spur track north of the Pineda siding derailment site as a Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center with 11 satellites on bo... (more)
Came out here to see the local train heading back to Bowden yard.
FEC 905 hustles back north, unusually running long hood forward after completing work at Sunbelt and Bunnell. Retro blues are becoming more numerous in the GP40-2 fleet.
In the last rays of the sun, Retro Blue 433 leads 905 back north after working sunbelt chemicals, then meeting 107 at Dorena. It is uncommon for the long hood to face north on 905.
Resting inside Florida East Coast’s open-air locomotive shop at New Smyrna Beach, Florida, on January 10, 2015, is FEC EMD GP40-2 No. 433 in fresh “Retro Blue” paint on Track 1, with sister GP40-2... (more)
Florida East Coast EMD GP40-2 No. 433, in fresh “Retro Blue” paint, rests in the railroad’s New Smyrna Beach Shop with two sisters in the older scheme on January 10, 2015.