A cold 40 degree morning in St. Augustine finds FEC 226 leaning into the sunrise.
FEC 226 preforms the "feats of strength" on Festivus, crossing the San Sebastian River in St. Augustine.
Today is my birthday and FEC brings my, 226 with two SD40-2's with the rattiest of them all leading. Well played, FEC well played.
With two blues, FEC 226 rolls into St. Augustine on the warm December morning. Once a common sight, catching two or three GP's on this train is somewhat uncommon.
The song I am dreaming of a White Christmas does not apply to fog. But just as Rudolph helped Santa, FEC 714 guides the 3rd annual Toys for Tots train through the dense mist.
FEC 226 reflects the tidewater in the San Sebastian River on this mild morning. This is a new view made possible by the reconstructed US 1 bridge shot from underneath.
December in Florida and it's 70 degrees already this morning. FEC 226 approaches the tidewater in the Nation's Oldest City.
FEC 226 lead by two SD70M-2's wanders into St. Augustine.
One a crisp morning with temps in the 40's, FEC 226 reflects in the San Sebastian river. This is the first time I had ever seen rock loads on FEC 226, that just would not fit on yesterday's 202.
It is a warm Veteran's Day morning FEC 714 leads 226 across the San Sebatian River.
On warm and breezy Veteran's Day Morning, FEC 714 leads 226 through the Nations Oldest City. This was the first time I had caught 714 leading from the new US 1 Bridge.
A beautiful mild morning greets FEC 226 in St. Augustine. Really enjoying the views from the new US 1 bridge. This mornings 226 was a bit shorter than normal.