It's a chilly windy day across north Florida, as FEC 101 roars by western Palm Coast. The past week 101 has only been getting 2 motors.
FEC 226 crossing the tidewater on a chilly cool morning. The 720 is scheduled to be repainted into the "heritage scheme" soon.
Under a full moon, Florida East Coast train 107 has cleared the north end of Gifford Siding while rock cars sit at the Community Asphalt Corporation.
Last day of February yields this shot of 101 on a mild afternoon. For a small town Bunnell offers various angles of this reliable train just about every day between 2 and 3 PM.
FEC 101 with three motors roars out of Dorena on a warm afternoon. You can see one load of wood, uncommon for this train right behind the motors.
FEC 210 (to become NS210 in NS land) hustles north for a meet with 910 just to the north in Harwood on this cool day. This shot only works in winter when sun angle is lower.
FEC 430 is back on the rails after being down for quite some time. The 430 and 431 were the first units with dynamic brakes ever purchased by the FEC in 1984.
The new US 1 bridge is completely finished! The walkway offers many views of the famous bridge in St. Augustine. The 4th train of 4 this morning rolls across the tidewater.
The 4th in the four train parade, 226 rolls across the tidewater. A cold start this morning but quickly warming up.
The first of the 4 trains in 2 hours arrives on a cold frosty morning in St. Augustine. Looks closely you can see 4 motors and some frost on the grass.
FEC 224 rolls across the bridge on a chilly morning in St. Augustine, 3rd train of a 4 train parade this morning.
FEC 222 rarely ever seen in daylight shows up after sunrise on a cold morning in St. Augustine. 2nd of a 4 train parade this morning.
On a chilly 52 degree afternoon (chilly for these parts but not for this former New Englander) FEC 101 blasts south. One can see Dave Shelly waving and spot Maryann in the distance.