FEC 226 on a blustery day with a lucky spell of sun.
It is a blustery day in St. Augustine, as 226 running a bit late rumbles through.
Train 107 rolls through St Augustine. This is one of my favorite spots to photograph this train with the buildings and spires of Flagler College in the background.
FEC 107 in the nation's oldest city Miami bound. Evidence of Henry Flagler's work is seen beyond the rails, the old HQ for the FEC along with the college once an FEC hotel seen in the distance.
Today's 101 brought a few extra motors. The FEC has stepped up additional resources to help with the surge in shipping due to the run on stores from the COVID 19 Pandemic.
A rare late running FEC 109 makes an appearance in Bunnell on a warm morning.
FEC 101 scoots through the thick woods on the edge of Palm Coast. This shot really only works early fall or late spring.
The daily FEC train 222 lumbers out of Miami dodging VTUS services heading north for Jax.
FEC 222 starts it's northward journey out of Miami.
FEC 226 roars northward through Bunnell on a warm humid morning. The 226 train runs daily from Miami to Jax and is a pretty reliable target for rail photographers on the north end of the FEC.
804, 808 & 431 pass Jupiter whilst working FEC 109 from Bowden to Hialeah
FEC 101 thunders into Dorena with a friendly wave from David Shelley the famous "East Coast Hogger".
A photo that, for me, epitomizes the Florida East Coast Railroad.