FEC 226 on the first day of Summer. Shots work real well form here until about August if the train gets here before 0900. A lot has changed on the FEC but 226 is still a good train to get.
The 101 blasts out of a torrential rain shower brought on by developing tropical cyclone Bertha that formed off shore.
FEC 210 running late after a collision with a semi that resulted in the loss of the snowplow.
Notice anything missing? FEC 210 clipped a semi down south resulting in a 6 hour delay and a missing snow plow on the lead motor as a result of the collision. Fortunately no injuries.
FEC 226 reflects in the tidewater on a beautiful morning in the nation's oldest city.
Florida East Coast Train 226 rolls across the tidewater
FEC 222 makes their way north past the Fort Lauderdale International Airport on a beautiful Florida evening.
FEC 210 rounds a curve in St. Augustine
Two Gevos bracketing a fuel tender lead train 210 north across the San Sebastian River in St. Augustine.
Wheeling out of Bunnell on a warm afternoon.
FEC's hottest train rolls out of Bunnell.
FEC 226 brings every locomotive type in use on the FEC through St. Augustine this morning.
FEC 101 slams through a late October rainstorm that brought about 3 inches of rain to the area , which is a bit unusual for this time of year.
Rolling out of Bunnell, 101 on time.