A visiting railfan waves at 101.
Fall finally gets to Florida with highs only reaching the mid 70's FEC 101 thunders through with a mix of paint schemes. The old UP yellow is falling to the Champion scheme.
87 degrees with building clouds overhead, FEC 101 splits through downtown Bunnell.
Right after NS Job 4 (NS 209) went by, this power move came the other way with some older power thrown in, including an SD60 on the other end of the lashup.
NS Job 4 pulls NS train 209 across the St. Johns River towards FEC's Bowden Yard. It is standard practice for years now for NS and CSX transfers to run directly to Bowden.
One of the Blues Brothers leads FEC 101 out of Sunbeam where two tracks go into one. However, this will be double track to Bayard in the future.
FEC 425 specially painted for Susan Komen organization waits for the "Race for the Cure 5K. This is the first time I ever remember an FEC train out by the port on CSX tracks.
Champion in St. Augustine on a warm morning. Tides were also higher than normal due to the position of the Moon.
Five hours late, FEC 210 has finally been handed to the NS and is on it's way over the drawbridge at 8 pm with 209's power. They switched the train symbol to I10, as it was no longer on 210's sche... (more)
Silver Meteor passing the new Sunrail at Church Street Station on this nice sunny fall October afternoon.
The first Sunrail Train in Orlando. The new horn just purrs like a kitten.
A CSXT Sunday Taft Yard local - A764 - is seen switching a cut of cars on the Sexton Branch in Orlando, Florida, with matched YN3 GP38-2 2648 and GP40-2 6041.
Operating on the now Florida State-owned right-of-way that was formerly the CSXT Orlando Subdivision, CSXT empty autorack train Q23527 is seen southbound out of Orlando passing 'Stanton' with C40-... (more)
Florida East Coast Railway's southbound train 111-29 is seen just before sunset as they roll across one of the many trademark FEC bridges at Tomoka, Florida.