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.
FEC 226 winds it's way through St. Augustine on a cool breezy morning. The Crowely containers usually on 224 but the elephant lashup of the motors tells us it's 226.
A short 226 eases across the San Sebastian River just a few blocks away from the former FEC headquarters building.
My favorite motor, FEC 806 leads a slightly late 224 through St. Augustine. Some of FEC's newest containers right behind.
FEC 226 was ahead of 224 this morning. A lot of brush clearing has opened up new angles on the famous bridge.
FEC 224 racing to Jacksonville on this brisk January morning with GEVO 806 in the lead.
Chilly morning in Saint Augustine FEC 226 headed towards Jacksonville with GEVO 813 AKA Champ in the lead.
As a couple of fishermen try their luck, Florida East Coast local No. 905 crosses the San Sebastian River at St. Augustine, Florida, under stormy skies on January 12, 2015. FEC EMD GP40-2 is forme... (more)
FEC 226 on a chilly breezy morning in the Nation's Oldest City, crossing what could be argued as the most photographed bridge on the railway.
FEC 224 weaves through St. Augustine. A train once dominated by EMD's is now powered by ES44's.
Today's 101 had the uncommon rock loads at the head end of the train. Pretty rare for rock to be on this train, seen in St. Augustine on a cool breezy day.