Exceptionally high tides due to the position of the moon seen with FEC 226. Some of the highest seawater ever seen has been affecting St. Augustine the last few years.
FEC 111 wheels around the curves in St. Augustine. The leased out SD40-2's are slowly trickling back including recently arrived FEC 720, 2nd out.
Happy 450th St. Augustine!! The Nation's oldest city celebrated 450 years of existence this month. The railroad has been here a bit more than the last 130 of them.
FEC 226 rolls across the tidewater in the first bit of fair weather we have had in a while.
Florida East Coast train No. 210 rumbles through foggy wetlands at St. Augustine, Florida, on January 13, 2015. Two new GE ES44C4s power the northbound train—Nos. 805 and 803.
This one is for our kitty Morris who crossed over today. FEC 107 in St. Augustine.
FEC train 111 is one of my favorite trains, you never know what it will have.
Florida East Coast train 107 coming through St. Augustine.
A peaceful morning in St. Augustine finds 226 crossing the tidewater. The old "classic" shot is still available even with the new US 1 bridge that now offers many angles here.
This one is for Morris Kitty. FEC 107 rounds the curve alongside the tidewater in St. Augustine. More trains are on the way as 117 and 218 are coming back to the schedule.
FEC 111 usually has some extra motors on it, for drop off to the shops at New Smyrna Beach. This time was no exception with at least two GP40-2's for NSB.
FEC 107 arrives ahead of FEC 111 under the skyline of the Nation's oldest city that will be 450 years old this year.
We left Treasure Island at 1 AM to make it back in time for this shot. And of course the train was a bit late. But we got it!
One Two Three Four Five! No 202 or 222 on Sunday put all the power on 226 today! Some Mondays ahead of a slow Sunday can bring extra power on 226.
FEC 226 on a very humid and warm morning.