A routine shot of 226 crossing the river in St. Augustine. Pretty reliable train for photographers getting here between 8-9 AM.
FEC 109 was the first train out after Christmas. The late departure allowed for some daytime photos when the train normally goes through in the dark. Here 109 does not stop at New Smyrna Beach.
FEC 109 was the first train out after Christmas. The late departure allowed for some daytime photos.
The one NS heritage motor I have always wanted to see, finally made it to Florida on Christmas Eve. A fitting gift as it leads 229 on this very warm day.
Survivor! 419 stayed on the rails during a rare derailment on 12/20. About 28 hours later 226 comes through.
Ready, set, GO! FEC 101 on the left preps for departure as FEC 107 works the yard on the right. Cool birthday present for me!
FEC 226 with the power from yesterday's Christmas train and a bonus. Dual Susan Komen motors assist the 818. Note the Fed Ex trailers.
On Christmas Train Day, FEC 226 gave us an early present with two 2K Blues leading. This was a common shot not long ago before the GE's. Waded into the river for this shot.
Christmas Florida Style! The FEC Christmas Train had just wrapped up it's St. Augustine stop and is now taking Santa southbound to deliver more toys.
The annual FEC Toys for Tot's Christmas Train at it's second stop, giving Santa a hand. This is the 5th year for the very popular train.
The annual FEC Toys for Tot's Christmas Train arrives at St. Augustine Florida giving Santa a hand. This was the second stop of many down the east coast.
FEC 101 swings out of Bunnell on a beautiful afternoon with temps in the 70's.
Lending Santa a hand...FEC 101 hauls all sorts of "toys" for the good girls and boys of South Florida.
FEC 101 blasting through Palm Coast on a cool day in Palm Coast Florida.
FEC 101 rolls through Colfax on a beautiful warm afternoon. Famous East Coast Hogger at the throttle.