Sun angles allow for a different look into Moultrie Junction as seen 226 on a beautiful morning in St. Augustine. Just about all Mia-Jax trains are back to a SD70/40 power mix.
Some unseasonable drier and cooler air made for a spectacular morning as 224 rolls through the salt mashes.
A beautiful warm tropical morning greets FEC 226. It seems we have gone back to the SD70M-2 / SD40-2 combos once again on many through freights. 226 with a CITX leader.
FEC 226 with three motors on Mothers day. FEC 709 has been back from RA land for a few months now but is like a few other ex UP motors in need of a paint job.
After a stormy week the weather begins to break and just at the right time some sun shines on 226. Rainfall totals of 9-14 inches have swollen the bay even at low tide.
On a warm breezy evening, FEC 107 slides through the historic city of St. Augustine.
One of my favorite paint schemes leads 226 up to Jacksonville
FEC 713 the newest repaint on the FEC leads train 226 I think for the first time on a breezy warm morning in St. Augustine.
The beautiful morning did not last long, just as the sun was fading due to ocean clouds blowing in, 224 rolls through the marsh. Sun angles will allow more shots up here soon.
FEC 224 lead by pretty much standard power, though it is more common to get two GP's on this train. The Crowley containers are always the giveaway, reflecting the waters on this warm morning.
Back to the Future! Once the first FEC scheme to adorn it's diesels is the "scheme" once again, being applied to all FEC motors over time. Finally things worked out to get 2 on 226.
Both of FEC's newest repaints help FEC 226 northward on this warm morning. The old and the new, the old now is the new and the once new paint scheme is now old.
FEC 714 the first motor to wear the "new - old" paint scheme which is now the official livery of the FEC once again. The 703 has just come home, 713 is next and then 716. 436 and 425 are after.