Crossing from NS Simpson Yard to FEC Bowden Yard.
Four locomotives landed on 226 today, seen here approaching the tidewater in St. Augustine. The Champion scheme is very popular with fans.
224 once was the mainstay of GP40-2's now ruled by the big M's. Though the GE's are slightly delayed, when they arrive these motors will be eventually leave the FEC.
A light layer of clouds burns off with #224 behind #226 this chilly November morning, which happens from time-to-time on their "swap day" (not to mention being almost an hour late out of... (more)
Power for #295 is running back to Simpson Yard.
FEC 101 rounds the curve in south Bunnell as the EMD's for now, soldier on.
A rare late 210 on the normally on time FEC allows a unique chance for a northbound in PM light...something that has been happening off and on in the past week.
I shot this photo on a spring break trip to Florida. I don't remember the city though :).
A double rarity, FEC 226 with two champs, with a long hood forward leader and about 4-5 hours late on the normally on time FEC. Suspect one motor failed and they had to swap.
FEC yard power sits by as NS #295 rolls into the yard.
After the Gators pummeled the Bulldogs in the Classic, CSXT takes its office cars back to West Jax. They'd been over near the stadium for the game.
As the a few of the new GE's wait to be picked up in Erie, two of the classic SD70M-2's lead 101 on a warm day. You can see one of the new FEC containers right behind the motors.
Weather has been great and EMDs have been holding their own in Florida lately.
A southbound Amtrak train comes to a stop in DeLand, Fla., with passengers making a late winter escape from the northeast.
The FEC's SD70M-2 class unit leads the Northbound 202 Train over the Stuart Bridge on a warm summer afternoon.