FEC 226 with shades of blue. The 501 has now been repainted into the "retro blue" scheme similar to the 416's paint job.
We are the Champions...and we are pulling train 226. As the repaint program progresses we will see more scenes like this. FEC President Hertwig, saw fit to restore this marvelous scheme.
Two champions lead 226 through St. Augustine on a humid morning. This is the official scheme once again, eventually all FEC motors will get this livery.
FEC 226 with the two latest paint schemes to be applied to the Florida East Coast Railway. The Rail America scheme was in 2009-2010 and the Champion scheme 2012 onward.
FEC 226 following about 45 minutes behind 222 with two blues. The blue dip as it is called is slated to be redone as well.
A very late FEC 222 wanders into St. Augustine making for a rare opportunity to get this train in daylight. Usually passing through hours before sunrise on the normally on time FEC.
FEC 107 winds it's way through the Nation's Oldest City on a sunny evening with two former Rail America schemed locomotives. These locomotives will eventually leave in 2015.
Dual set of the Champion scheme bring 226 into St. Augustine. It's back to the future as this is the official FEC scheme once again.
It is a beautiful morning in St. Augustine with two engines in my favorite paint scheme. This is the first time I had ever seen two of them together.
One of FEC's "Champion" schemed locomotives leads train 226 past the tidewaters of the San Sebastian River on a beautiful morning in the Nation's Oldest City.