Yeah, it's BNSF, but it doesn't say so and it on the Gulf Coast, where it shouldn't be, which is neat. This one used to be in "Kodachrome", see elsewhere on this site.
The FEC Port train is rolling off the restored bridge to the Port of Miami as Miami Dade PD monitors the crossings. The FEC has recently restored service to P of M as part of port improvements
FEC Port Job heads across Port Blvd for the bridge to Dogde Island to work the Port of Miami.
FEC train 906 waits for 123 to pull all the way in so they can start working the train. 501 is another retro blue.
FEC train 123 sweeps into the new and improved Port Everglades. Business is picking up so much FEC is adding back trains 117 & 218 in September.
FEC train 123 swings onto the newly rebuilt lead into Port Everglades. This was done with port improvement projects South Florida.
Venice of America! Ft. Lauderdale is known as due to the extensive canals and waterways through the city. FEC 123 crosses one here with water taxi services in the background.
Return to the port! The FEC resumed service to the improved Port of Miami earlier this year, after many years of no trains. The FEC rebuilt the line in 2013-2014.
The FEC resumed service to the Port of Miami in 2015 after years of no trains. The FEC rebuilt the tracks and bridge to the port.
FEC 101 emerges from a storm, as two GEVO's haul stuff to Miami.
This one is for our kitty Morris who crossed over today. FEC 107 in St. Augustine.
FEC train 111 is one of my favorite trains, you never know what it will have.
Florida East Coast train 107 coming through St. Augustine.
The FEC must cross numerous waterways on it's route. This crossing at the Tomoka river is one of my favorites.
FEC 101 rolls through the tropical rains on a Sunday afternoon. Today's 101 had the standard GEVO X 2 along with the standard daily deluge we usually get in the summer.