It's a cool kind of cloud day due to a winter storm miles away, but a lucky spell of sun finds 101 at South Dorena. The GEVO's are firmly in control.
New siding at Saint Catherine features concrete ties...and today, some borrowed FEC power.
The US Sugar train to Fort Pierce with FEC interchange is returning with no less than 57 cars on the drawbar as they rumble over the ancient lift span at Port Mayaca.
Minutes before FEC 123 rolled up local job FEC 945 with a "Pinky" unit pulled out to assist with a quick drop off of some mixed freight and intermodal from the rear of 123.
Winston local returning from the Central mine, sometimes it's a dozen cars, sometimes engines light...today, somewhere inbetween.
There is a little bit of "heritage paint" on CSXT, just not on locomotives...yet...
The Northbound #920 scoots North over the Eau Gallie River with the former Milwaukee Road #186 on the point.
Martin Marietta rock train for Mulberry has just met Q652 passing on track one to the left. Track two used to be the siding, but recent track improvements have extended the former Vitis siding an... (more)
The northbound Silver Star is running southward before continuing to New York. Both Stars pass this spot twice each day to service Tampa.
The "Balse Lost" graffiti that has been on the bridge the last few years is finally painted over. I think it was about a guy who lost his fortune on wheel of fortune. Three gevos on 226.
On a mild day, FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell with three motors in charge. FEC 101 is the hottest train on the FEC with high priority stuff for south Florida.
A view from when the FEC wasn't quite as interesting with fans, minus today's Champion scheme and other intricacies. Although, this day was quite interesting, as it marked Day 1 of a long drawn-o... (more)