FEC 107 leads CITX 142 and FEC train 210 north across the Turkey Creek Bridge.
Florida East Coast heritage unit 714 pulls a special FEC and CSX business train southbound through the Palm Bay siding towards Miami. The cars are the FEC power car, Azalea, and St. Augustine, fo... (more)
Some summer evenings, Central FL is blessed with glorious sunshine, not ominous storms....
Florida East Coast train 107, with 708 and long nose 715, waits in the siding as the northbound train 222 slowly pulls up to a stop next to them on the main line. The crews will swap trains and t... (more)
Matching SD70s in FailAmerica paint look good crossing Turkey Creek as "Buddy" watches on.
The lesser photographed side of the Turkey Creek bridge, and my favorite by far.
#202 makes an appearance with the duo of CITX 141-142 which haven't led like this on FEC since their days as EMDX 75-76.
Like it says on the 7-11 pumps, "May contain 10% or more ethanol"...well, today's 109 with 711 leading is 100% ethanol, the second unit train of its kind on FEC (not to mention only being the thir... (more)
Annual northbound run of the Ringling Bros. circus train from Miami to Jacksonville on Florida East Coast Railway. This year, it's the Blue Unit.
Rolling through Palm Bay, the FEC celebrates the holidays Florida Style with a Toys for Tots special to help the needy. It was nice to see the 2000 alive again.
Special running the entire length of the railroad this day. Behind the motors & generator are FEC "Azalea", FEC "Saint Augustine", CSXT "New York" & CSXT "Georgia".
Special running the entire length of the railway this day. Behind the motors & generator are FEC "Azalea", FEC "Saint Augustine", CSXT "New York" & CSXT "Georgia".
A nice consist on today's 202 heads effortlessly north with shy of 10,000 feet of train. #104 still doesn't wear a herald on the nose following its accident in May & the Progress PR30C is back on... (more)