Railpictures.net contriubutor Maryann Norvik exchanges waves with "East Coast Hogger" Dave Shelley on a mild afternoon. FEC 141 was called to... (more)
One of FEC's Ft. Pierce based locals arrives in Stuart to switch the Rinker cement plant.
A "yellow" and a "blue" leads train 226 across the San Sebastian River in St. Augustine on "Black Friday".
FEC 226 lead by two SD70M-2's wanders into St. Augustine.
FEC's heritage unit #714 leads train 222 across the San Sebastian River at 4:17am on "Black Friday".
FEC 438 and "heritage" 714 leads train 224 across the San Sebastian River just after sunrise in St Augustine during its overnight journey from Ft Lauderdale to Jacksonville.
One a crisp morning with temps in the 40's, FEC 226 reflects in the San Sebastian river. This is the first time I had ever seen rock loads on FEC 226, that just would not fit on yesterday's 202.
Local heading out the FEC K Branch .
FEC 101 with Dave Shelley at the throttle wheels around the curve in Bunnell heading for Miami. A crisp cool day in the 60's.
Reversing, FEC 438 has just come down this siding to allow FEC 210 to pass and is now workinhg up the main to run around thier train for the trip back to Bowden.
It is a warm Veteran's Day morning FEC 714 leads 226 across the San Sebatian River.
On warm and breezy Veteran's Day Morning, FEC 714 leads 226 through the Nations Oldest City. This was the first time I had caught 714 leading from the new US 1 Bridge.
A beautiful mild morning greets FEC 226 in St. Augustine. Really enjoying the views from the new US 1 bridge. This mornings 226 was a bit shorter than normal.