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.
FEC Champion 720 leads train 226 into St. Augustine on a cool winters morning.
FEC 224 on the brutal first day of "winter" in the Nation's oldest city. Usually, 224 was behind 226. The 711, 2nd motor is the newest "champ" on the roster.
The first day of "winter" finds yet again another round of triple champs on 226, reflecting in the tidewater on a warm morning.
FEC's Toy's for Tot's at it's 2nd stop on this warm and humid morning in St. Augustine. Champion 711 assisted by Komen unit 425.
FEC's Toy's for Tot's train rolls through the tidal flats in St. Augustine in a lucky spell of sun. This year's train featured one of the Breast Cancer awareness motors.
The only white stuff we have on this 65 degree morning is the Sea Fog. Here 226 arrives with a rainbow of color. GE power coming soon.,,
It's a cool "Black Friday" morning in St. Augustine. Even with the new US 1 bridge, for those who wish, the classic low level shot is still doable here.