One of the cooler mornings we have had in a while.... FEC 226 rumbles across the tidewater.
A curve near the famous bridge not frequently photographed. FEC 226 rounds out of Moultrie Junction on a warm humid morning.
FEC 226 crosses the waters of the San Sebastian River
It's a fantastic mild morning in the Nation's Oldest City as a late 222 makes an appearance over the river. Tropicana cars behind the motors
The "Balse Lost" graffiti that has been on the bridge the last few years is finally painted over. I think it was about a guy who lost his fortune on wheel of fortune. Three gevos on 226.
A view from when the FEC wasn't quite as interesting with fans, minus today's Champion scheme and other intricacies. Although, this day was quite interesting, as it marked Day 1 of a long drawn-o... (more)
Three motors take 226 through St. Augustine on a mild morning in the nations oldest city.
In what is now a thing of the past, a pair of FEC SD70M-2's lead a Southbound Autorack train through St. Augustine, FL
FEC GP40-2 441 leads a local train through St. Augustine, FL
In what is now a thing of the past, a pair of FEC SD70M-2's with two different paint schemes lead a Northbound Intermodal train through St. Augustine, FL as the fog lifts
In what is now a thing of the past, a pair of FEC SD40-2's and a GP40-2 lead a Northbound Intermodal train through St. Augustine, FL. Three different paint schemes represented!
In what is now a thing of the past, a pair of FEC SD70M-2's lead a Southbound autorack train through St. Augustine, FL
Florida East Coast train No. 226-10 crosses the San Sebastian River at St. Augustine, Florida, with brand-new GE ES44C4s Nos. 820 and 819 on the morning of January 11, 2015. They may be common-as-... (more)
Two "Champion" ES44C4s lead a long 226 across the San Sebastian River, a few blocks away from the burial site of Henry Flagler.