On the morning of September 7th, 2019, Champion SD40-2 #715 and GP40-2 #431 lead empty rock train FEC 193 through Pompano Beach, Florida on a hot and humid Florida morning. The appearance of train... (more)
FEC 715 leading 230 29 over the San Sebastian River in Saint Augustine.
FEC 715 leads FEC train 230-29 north through St. Augustine, Florida as the sun shines on the banks of the San Sebastian River.
First business train of the year left Jax in the very early morning, stopping at New Smyrna Beach before heading to Miami.
The FEC business train with 715 on Biz5 on 1/15. This train stopped at Brightline's WPB station, the first passenger station stop for the Azelia since 1968.
In an exceptionally thick fog, FEC 228 makes it's way toward Jax with a sole little champ leader.
FEC 210 was usually late by about 6 hours giving us a chance to shoot this train in good light with an SD40-2 Little Champ leader.
FEC 210 the 4th train in the parade lead by SD40-2 #715 which was the grand finale in the 4 train parade.
FEC 111 now shootable again due to the time change. A surprise was the EMD leader.
Return of the Port Job engines to Hialeah Yard.
The "Port Job" returns to Hialeah Yard through Iris mp 365.5, the CSX-FEC diamond in Miami.
Caught the port train on Dodge Island rolling into the port container loading ramp. Dodge island is man made and named for someone who asked what the name of the island was.
My first day at Miami Bellydance Convention, but before I dance it's time to check out the new FEC port spur. I love the Champion scheme!