FEC 905 sporting one of the new Retro Blues slows to work an industry at Colfax.
FEC 101 crests the "hill" at Colfax, heading for Miami on a cool breezy day.
The FEC maintains their railway exceptionally well. The annual visit of the Loram railgrind backs up that claim.
An appropriate sign at Sunbeam as 101 departs on time with two of it's "Champs'
FEC 101 pops into some sunshine on a mild day in northeast Florida, with two big champs pulling stuff southward towards Miami.
FEC 226 is seen in a foggy fiery sunrise on a cool morning in Bunnell. A bit unusual is the ES44 - GP40-2 lashup leading this morning's 226.
FEC 101 thunders through the rural areas in western Palm Coast, with 823 the highest numbered ES44 in the fleet leading.
RP Contributor Maryann snaps a few shots of local FEC 910 as they hustle back home to New Smyrna Beach ahead of 101. Yes there are still EMD's on the FEC.
FEC 101 with three big champs races through the Daytona Beach Public Golf Course in the dead of "winter", while some golfers look on.
FEC 101 lugs out of Bowden yard and through Sunbeam bound for Miami.
FEC 226's power heads for the barn.
FEC 226 reverses in Bowden yard to set out some of it's train.
My favorite motor, FEC 806 leads a slightly late 224 through St. Augustine. Some of FEC's newest containers right behind.
FEC 226 was ahead of 224 this morning. A lot of brush clearing has opened up new angles on the famous bridge.
D 78 is the last of the older sub surface stock on the London Underground, due to be replaced by the S stock trains by 2017. Here a set departs a busy Earls Court.