FEC 226 crossing the bridge in St. Augustine, I am trying a new angle for me here.
My husband waves at 224 after getting his pictures.
Sunday Sunday Sunday evening is always a good bet for some FEC action in St. Augustine. Here 107 sweeps in 15 minutes behind 111. On Sundays you can get both between 6-7 PM
While most of railfan nation was after the famous N&W 611, we were after not quite as well known, but yet still interesting FEC "111". FEC 111 always has an interesting assortment of power.
One of my favorite trains on the FEC you never know how many locomotives it will have.
This time of year you can shoot the north side of Moultrie Junction, seen as 226 snakes through.
Glorious Light shown down upon FEC 224 at the exact right moment to capture this image. Sometimes things just work out right...
The 224 was unusually late this morning due to a bad order car. That gave us 224 and then 226 about 10 minutes behind him on a breezy morning in St. Augustine.
It's a tropical breezy day as 226 riding 224's approach signals crosses the tidewater in the Nations Oldest City.
The old and the new. One of the newest motors on the FEC leads FEC 411 one of the oldest if not the oldest GP40-2 on the FEC roster. FEC 226 in da marsh.
The always impressive FEC 111 always has an interesting lash up of power, some of it bound for New Smyrna Beach. Now 111 goes to Ft. Peirce.
FEC 226 rolls through the marshes. This is my favorite photo location in St. Augustine.
Today's 226 steps across the high tidewater at St. Augustine.
Shots back at the marsh means Summer is almost here! FEC 226 is lead by champions, another shot I been wanting since the new motors arrived, but must wait for the light to be right.
This is FEC train 111 with six locomotives!! I love this train!