A FEC LNG set sits in the morning sun at the Fort Pierce yard.
FEC line-up of F7s, GP7s and GP9s at Fort Pierce, Florida.
One of the remaining "Going Places" paint schemes left on the actual FEC Railway....
#920 runs north from Fort Pierce M-W-F, seen here on a return run.
The days of multiple Geeps guiding this job into town Mon-Fri are long gone, but what remains is the almost-clockwork arrival around 1130AM.
#109 is about an hour late this morning and has a full CSX coal train on the head end, a tradition every third week of every month since 1996, that I can remember.
FEC's remaining GP38's hold the last "Going Places" paint schemes still unrepainted on the system. And, thankfully, they are no longer captive to Bowden or Hialeah yard ops!
FEC GP40-2 441 running long hood forward at Fort Pierce, February 06, 1997.
An FEC local on the K Branch returns to Fort Pierce Yard with a cut of Tropicana reefers fresh from the nearby production facility.
Southbound Florida East Coast Cincinnati to Miami "The Royal Palm" running on FEC and Southern Railway, FEC E8A 1032 and 1034 are taking on fuel and water at Fort Pierce, Florida August 08, 1... (more)
South Central Florida Express' turn to Fort Pierce nears the FEC yard with a single GP and a dozen cars. Certainly, a non-traditional scene for December railroading with palm trees and warm tempe... (more)
Normally the domain of 4-axle power, today's Pineda Turn has a long hood forward SD40-2 leading a healthy train of 35 empty hoppers.
With 1 gon loaded with rip-rap and 5 empty sugar cars, the SCFE heads back to Clewiston after interchanging with FEC.
South Central Florida's Fort Pierce Turn casts a perfect reflection.
A short 930 with 1 loaded aggregate gon and 4 empty hypochlorite tanks heads down the FEC Savannah Subdivision (aka K Branch) at FEC Savannah, Ft Pierce, FL.