A Champion and Susan Komen motor show up on 210 for the first time, on a rather chilly day.
Pair of Amtrak P40DC locomotives await departure of northbound Auto Train.
Something you don't see every day: An MP15T pushes five office cars carrying 'important' employees on an otherwise completely disused track near the port. This piece of track used to serve several... (more)
FEC 101 thunders through Dorena with famous East Coast Hogger at the throttle on a mild afternoon.
A good look at FEC 416, the latest repaint on the railway. It's similar to the original 1960's paint scheme, exception being the logo on the nose & letters are white, the originals were yellow.
FEC 910 making an uncommon appearance in Bunnell slows to work T-Brand. The 416 is the latest repaint on the railway.
FEC 416 shoves it's train FEC 910 towards Sunbelt to work that industry before working back south. It's pretty uncommon for 910 to get this far north.
FEC 436 one of the two Susan Komen motors slows at Colfax to work a local industry. FEC 905 was pretty early today.
FEC Champion 720 leads train 226 into St. Augustine on a cool winters morning.
The newest repainted motor, FEC 416, in a scheme that kinda looks like the first blue livery of the 1960's.
This is FEC's newest repainted locomotive. It is similar to what was worn by FEC engines in the 1960's.
Susan Komen engine in support of Breast Cancer awareness