CITX 142 waits in the siding as Florida East Coast southbound intermodal hotshot 101 races down the mainline.
As storm clouds clear, FEC train 202 rolls north across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne, Florida.
FEC train 109, with CITX 142 and Flagler Heritage 714, makes for a colorful locomotive consist as they head south across the Crane Creek bridge towards Miami.
A friendly wave from the engineer of FEC 719 as it leads 704 and rock train 336 across the Crane Creek bridge, next to Depot Avenue.
FEC train 202, with FEC 103 and newly painted Flagler Heritage 716, rolls north across the Crane Creek bridge. The west trestle has the rails across the bridge and the span over Melbourne Avenue ... (more)
With no wind, dolphins, manatee, turtles, sharks, alligators, fish, birds, or fishermen disturbing the water, the Crane Creek is very calm as FEC train 109 rolls south across the bridge.
As northbound FEC rock train 336 clears on the main-line, CITX 142 begins to roll down the siding after receiving a green signal.
The sun is just beginning to rise in Melbourne as FEC train 224 heads north towards Jacksonville with a train full of UPS and Crowley containers.
Mr. ECH, the "East Coast Hogger", stands close to the newly painted Flagler Heritage FEC 714 in order to inspect southbound hotshot train 101. Storm clouds continue to build in the distance, whic... (more)
It is a beautiful morning as FEC rock train 336 heads north over the Crane Creek bridge.
FEC train 336 heads north across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne, Florida.
FEC train 336 rolls north across the Eau Gallie River bridge.
The crew of FEC train 336 has died on the law, so the relief crew has arrived to take the train north to the rock processing facility at City Point.
FEC train 210 is southbound across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne, Florida.
Southbound train 109, with FEC 411 and 433, crosses the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne with an 11,977 foot long bare table train.