FEC 202 dropping off rock at New Smyrna Beach. After the drop they would wait for 107 before heading north.
An early 202 arrives at New Smyrna Beach to set out some rock loads from SoFlo. The earlier run allowed for some daylight photos here.
FEC 202 ran a little bit early today allowing for some daylight shots up at the north end of the railroad today.
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.