FEC train 123 swings onto the newly rebuilt lead into Port Everglades. This was done with port improvement projects South Florida.
Venice of America! Ft. Lauderdale is known as due to the extensive canals and waterways through the city. FEC 123 crosses one here with water taxi services in the background.
Return to the port! The FEC resumed service to the improved Port of Miami earlier this year, after many years of no trains. The FEC rebuilt the line in 2013-2014.
The FEC resumed service to the Port of Miami in 2015 after years of no trains. The FEC rebuilt the tracks and bridge to the port.
FEC 101 emerges from a storm, as two GEVO's haul stuff to Miami.
The FEC must cross numerous waterways on it's route. This crossing at the Tomoka river is one of my favorites.
FEC 101 rolls through the tropical rains on a Sunday afternoon. Today's 101 had the standard GEVO X 2 along with the standard daily deluge we usually get in the summer.
A peaceful morning in St. Augustine finds 226 crossing the tidewater. The old "classic" shot is still available even with the new US 1 bridge that now offers many angles here.
This one is for Morris Kitty. FEC 107 rounds the curve alongside the tidewater in St. Augustine. More trains are on the way as 117 and 218 are coming back to the schedule.
Out of the shadows and into the light....FEC 226 with 4 GEVO's roars across the Tomoka River. For Morris Kitty who passed on into the light today.
FEC 111 usually has some extra motors on it, for drop off to the shops at New Smyrna Beach. This time was no exception with at least two GP40-2's for NSB.
FEC 107 arrives ahead of FEC 111 under the skyline of the Nation's oldest city that will be 450 years old this year.
The hard working crew of FEC 905 packs in a long day and heads back to Bowden yard after working multiple industries between there and Dorena a round trip of over 120 miles.
FEC 226 with a lashup of six motors rolls through Colfax on a unsettled morning. No Sunday 202 or 222 = 6 on 226 on Monday. You can also see the unloading operation at Colfax.
One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six! What seems to be a Monday thing, FEC 226 comes north with 6 motors, deadheading power from 202 and 222 that did not run the day before.