A number of FEC paint schemes are represented here almost the FEC family tree shot, (too bad 714 was missing) lead FEC 101 on a warm day. The FEC has been giving Santa some help recently.
FEC 226 reflects the tidewater in the San Sebastian River on this mild morning. This is a new view made possible by the reconstructed US 1 bridge shot from underneath.
December in Florida and it's 70 degrees already this morning. FEC 226 approaches the tidewater in the Nation's Oldest City.
The view from the cab of one of the very few wood burners left in the USA. You can see the mix of 100 year old technology vs new technology. Taken with permission.
TEG Train 103 returning towards Tavares crossing CR 418 on a cloudy but warm afternoon. One can see the new red caboose that the TEG has now.
TEG # 2 shoves train 101 towards Elsworth Junction passing through an area that has been rebuilt, new track, new fence and flowers.
With the train in position for boarding, Engineer Thomas East climbs out of the cab to prepare # 2 for departure. Due to tight schedules outbound trips were being shoved and return pulled allowing... (more)
Christmas! Florida Style On this 74 degree morning, Engineer Thomas East slowly backs the train into position for the 1130hrs departure of TEG train 101.
A gleaming locomotive as most FEC motors do, leads 910 south after meeting 210 at Harwood. 910 had only 6 loads on this warm day.
FEC 210 hustles stacks north on this warm 73 degree day in Ormond Beach. Once reaching Jax this train is forwarded to NS and becomes NS train 210 to Atlanta. This shot only works in winter.
On a mild day, Famous East Coast Hogger waves as FEC 101 thunders through Bunnell with autos, dead loads(manifest) and intermodal bound for Miami. FEC ROW workers can be seen to the left.
Railpictures.net contriubutor Maryann Norvik exchanges waves with "East Coast Hogger" Dave Shelley on a mild afternoon. FEC 141 was called to... (more)
FEC 226 lead by two SD70M-2's wanders into St. Augustine.
One a crisp morning with temps in the 40's, FEC 226 reflects in the San Sebastian river. This is the first time I had ever seen rock loads on FEC 226, that just would not fit on yesterday's 202.
FEC 101 with Dave Shelley at the throttle wheels around the curve in Bunnell heading for Miami. A crisp cool day in the 60's.