FEC 226 swings through St. Augustine with 5 motors (you have to look hard to see the additional 2 behind the LNG). Note the little buoy on the ballast leftover from Hurricane Matthew.
Amtrak's Silver Star has changed a bit over the years now without a diner and one less sleeper.
FEC 101 rolls through western Palm Coast with stacks and stuff for Miami. The "haze" in the sky is smoke from the fires in TN, NC, GA well to the north.
The LNG sets are running on 101 on occasion. If things go as planned this will be the standard lashup for thru freights on the FEC.
FEC 226 rolls across the high water in St. Augustine with one of the LNG sets. The oxidation of the rails from them being submerged in Matthew the month before is still evident.
An exceptionally rare 8 hour late FEC 109 gives us a daytime view of this train in Daytona, complete with LNG set.
FEC 101 with autos rolling into Colfax, Miami bound.
FEC 101 sweeps out of Bunnell
FEC 101 rolls into Dorena on a warm and mostly sunny day in northeast Florida. After the time change shots here will be tough through the winter.
A TECO Streetcar bound for Y'bor waits as cosplayers from the nearby Megacon Tampa Bay cross.
The TECO Streetcar making it's rounds in Tampa. The streetcar system running from dowtown Tampa to Y'bor has expanded it's operation to now include weekday mornings.
FEC 101 slides out of Bunnell on a warm afternoon, finding a lucky spell of sunshine.
Hurricane Relief! FEC in cooperation with BNSF CSX and Crowely Line are shipping relief supplies to Haiti via the Port of Miami.
FEC 101 with coal once again which is fairly rare. The coal goes to a cement plant in Miami and usually comes once a month.
FEC 101 ran with an SD40-2 "Little Champ" 2nd out not your normal consist. Usually 101 is assigned a pair of C4's