A bit unusual is 226 with a GEVO and one of the Susan Komen motors. FEC is a strong supporter of Breast Cancer research and frequently showcases the Susan Komen motors.
A massive FEC 224 rolls through St. Augustine on a very warm, humid and just downright muggy morning. This train can sometimes be tough to get these days due to early arrivals.
In pouring rain, lightning and thunder, Florida East Coast train No. 101 flies through a curve approaching St. Augustine, Florida, on January 12, 2015.
During the summer you can get well lit shots of 226 behind the businesses on north end of St, Augustine. Here 226 makes it's regular appearance alongside the tidewater.
The routine passage of FEC 226. This train is pretty much a sure bet on any given morning turning up between 8 AM and 9 AM, though on Sundays can be earlier...or later.
Orange Juice for breakfast! 226 shows up with some juice on the top end of this train. Very uncommon but sometimes juice is picked up on the way north by 226.
FEC 224 slinks across the famous bridge in St. Augustine in this different view.
FEC 226 makes it's normal Saturday appearance. Just before the train showed a rainbow hung in the sky in the background, a real keen observer can see a faint remnant of it.
811 on the 111. This is the first time I have caught this train without extra power on it. Usually motors bound for New Smyrna are ferried by 111 but not this time.
FEC 107 sweeps across the San Sebastian river and into Moultrie Junction with two GEVO's on the point. This seems to the standard power assignment now to through trains.
FEC 226 rolls across the famous bridge in St. Augustine on a very warm and muggy morning.
FEC 224 was a bit late making for an awesome shot across the tidal marshes of St. Augustine.
This time 111 had five locomotives!
FEC 107 comes through the oldest city in the USA with two GEVO's