FEC 226 on a chilly breezy morning in the Nation's Oldest City, crossing what could be argued as the most photographed bridge on the railway.
FEC 224 weaves through St. Augustine. A train once dominated by EMD's is now powered by ES44's.
Today's 101 had the uncommon rock loads at the head end of the train. Pretty rare for rock to be on this train, seen in St. Augustine on a cool breezy day.
FEC 226 with an interesting lashup of power on the chilly (for Florida) breezy morning in St. Augustine.
FEC 101 rounds the curves in St. Augustine, with rock hoppers on the head end, something that is pretty uncommon on this train.
FEC 101 bound for Miami with triple big champs, rolls along the tidewater in St. Augustine. The Mission Cross a well known landmark stands in the distance on this 80 degree day.
FEC 101 swings through the tightest curve on the mainline in St. Augustine. As you can see, some EMD lives on rolling on the FEC.
My birthday present, a lucky ray of sun perfectly timed for 226 on an otherwise mild but dull morning.
FEC 813 on its way back from Miami from Christmas run yesterday at early sunrise in St. Augustine. Christmas wreath still displayed, end of train contained executive cars and Toys for Tots contai... (more)
FEC 804 leading a very long monster train, on its way to Jacksonville. Long line of Tropicana and Ethanol tanks following along.
FEC 101 with 2 big champs and one little champ rounds the curve through Moultrie Junction. The FEC has changed radically in a matter of weeks with the new motors. 101 had 2.34 miles of train
FEC 222 running usually late, rumbles through St. Augustine with a long string of Tropicana cars to start off. This is the site of the first railway station in St. Augustine.
FEC 224 rolls across the tidewater in St. Augustine. Can you spot the drone?
Reflections FEC 226 with a big champ and a little champ reflects in the tidewater in St. Augustine on a spectacular morning.