FEC 224 with a bit of a surprise....4 ES44's leading this train today.
FEC 226 on Black Friday....FEC ran a handful of trains including this one. FEC 226 with a Big Champ and a Retro Blue crossing the high tidewater.
FEC 210 was late again, exceptionally rare. But it gave us an opportunity to catch this train in favorable light on Thanksgiving, a shot that was routine here prior to the 2009 schedule changes.
Happy Thanksgiving! FEC ran a handful of trains on turkey day, one of them FEC 101 sen swinging out of Bunnell with two ES44's
A bit of luck here, a late 210 (which is rare on the FEC) puts this train into town with good PM light. The other bit of luck was the one ray of sun on this breezy unsettled day.
FEC 101 with #804 leading. The 804 was the first ES44C4 to ever lead an FEC train back on 11/21/2014.
FEC 226 in St. Augustine on a cool breezy morning. Lately 226 has been running with a GEVO and EMD or sometimes two or three GEVO's.
FEC 224 in St. Augustine on a cool breezy morning. FEC 224 can be tough to get many times through here at or before sunrise.
On Veterans Day, a late running 109 gives me a chance to get this train in daylight in these parts.
FEC 226 on a warm humid morning in St. Augustine.
FEC 101 sweeps through the curve in Bunnell, Florida on another summer like day.
FEC 101 at Dorena approaching Bunnell on a very warm day. Temps were flirting with 90 as 101 thundered through.
Trick or Treat! On Halloween we get the "treat". FEC 226 lead b a big champ and a retro blue reflecting the tidewater. On a very warm morning in St. Augustine.
CSX in Yeoman Yard, Tampa.
A new tier 4 ET44AH departs Yeoman Yard crossing the Hillsborough Canal with the hottest train on CSX.