FEC 101 and two champs lead FEC 107 across the St. Sebastian River Bridge after dark.
FEC 905 trundles through St. Augustine heading for the Wilbur Wright Lead.
FEC 226 reflects the tidewater on this beautiful morning in St. Augustine. EMD's are endangered on through trains as 24 GE's are coming by years end.
Jackpot! FEC 224 combined with 212 made for an impressive lashup up this morning, completely unexpected. Every EMD model on the FEC is represented here.
FEC 141 with two Champs, sweeps around the curve in St. Augustine on a beautiful afternoon. Today 101 ran as a 141 as they left earlier than normal to accommodate UPS.
FEC 226 with two Champions rolls across the tidewater in the Nation's Oldest City. Get your shots now, the GE's are coming.
How long will 2nd generation power be found on priority trains? Maybe not much longer as new ES44C4's are coming. But for now you can get shots like this on a cool windy morning.
On a cool morning, FEC 226 rounds the curve with SD40-2's X 3. The time is running out on through trains being lead by 2nd gen EMD's on the FEC. 24 ES44C4's are due by year's end.
FEC 226 rolls into St. Augustine on a warm Martin Luther King Day with two classic schemed 70M-2's. These days you never know what will up on mainline trains.
Two Champs and a standard blue bring 226 north on a rather chilly 38 degree morning in St. Augustine. Yes one of the most shot bridges on the FEC if not in Florida. Can you spot the moon?
FEC 226 winds through St. Augustine on a mild winter's morning. FEC 436, Susan Komen motor being the 2nd locomotive in the lashup.