FEC 226 on Black Friday....FEC ran a handful of trains including this one. FEC 226 with a Big Champ and a Retro Blue crossing the high tidewater.
FEC 226 in St. Augustine on a cool breezy morning. Lately 226 has been running with a GEVO and EMD or sometimes two or three GEVO's.
FEC 224 in St. Augustine on a cool breezy morning. FEC 224 can be tough to get many times through here at or before sunrise.
FEC 226 on a warm humid morning in St. Augustine.
Trick or Treat! On Halloween we get the "treat". FEC 226 lead b a big champ and a retro blue reflecting the tidewater. On a very warm morning in St. Augustine.
FEC 226 in St. Augustine, a mix of GE and EMD power.
FEC train 111. Once was swapping with 212 that left out of Ft. Pierce but now turns at City Point. A restored service, trains 117 218 now cover that run.
Exceptionally high tides due to the position of the moon seen with FEC 226. Some of the highest seawater ever seen has been affecting St. Augustine the last few years.
FEC 111 wheels around the curves in St. Augustine. The leased out SD40-2's are slowly trickling back including recently arrived FEC 720, 2nd out.
Happy 450th St. Augustine!! The Nation's oldest city celebrated 450 years of existence this month. The railroad has been here a bit more than the last 130 of them.
FEC 226 rolls across the tidewater in the first bit of fair weather we have had in a while.
Florida East Coast train No. 210 rumbles through foggy wetlands at St. Augustine, Florida, on January 13, 2015. Two new GE ES44C4s power the northbound train—Nos. 805 and 803.
This one is for our kitty Morris who crossed over today. FEC 107 in St. Augustine.
FEC train 111 is one of my favorite trains, you never know what it will have.
Florida East Coast train 107 coming through St. Augustine.