SAL originally owned F3 locomotives numbered 4022-4032 and 4033 was originally GM&O F3 #800A. Sitting out in the open in south Florida climate hasn't been kind to this museum piece.
Former S2 #71 rebuilt as one of three slugs (the other two being A and B). For some reason, it ended up in Miami of all places and was used for parts.
Resting inside Florida East Coast’s open-air locomotive shop at New Smyrna Beach, Florida, on January 10, 2015, is FEC EMD GP40-2 No. 433 in fresh “Retro Blue” paint on Track 1, with sister GP40-2... (more)
Pulled down by the yard crew, FEC 101 is ready for the road crew to make their run down to Miami.
After helping FEC 123 accomplish a quick set out & go and spotting intermodal for the Port of Palm Beach the 945 job takes the mixed freight they also got from 123 to go about their other business... (more)
FEC 123 continues south after making a set out at the Port of Palm Beach.
An easy alternative to I-95....which today was in better shape than the turnpike, which led to me making this photo stop in the first place.
Henry Morrison Flagler's private railcar, number 91, on display in the Flagler Kenan Pavilion at the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach, Florida. Flagler's private railcar was built in 1886 by the Jack... (more)
Middlesex rock train southbound to Lakeland, where it turns north up to Taft. "Trail = Fail" concept doesn't really apply for me here....I mean, how many times did we ever hope somethin... (more)
Message received. CSXT 1130 switches the west end of Moncrief Yard. Photo taken from Old Kings Road, which is public road that dead ends at this location.
It's a cool kind of cloud day due to a winter storm miles away, but a lucky spell of sun finds 101 at South Dorena. The GEVO's are firmly in control.
New siding at Saint Catherine features concrete ties...and today, some borrowed FEC power.
Here comes 101
The US Sugar train to Fort Pierce with FEC interchange is returning with no less than 57 cars on the drawbar as they rumble over the ancient lift span at Port Mayaca.
Minutes before FEC 123 rolled up local job FEC 945 with a "Pinky" unit pulled out to assist with a quick drop off of some mixed freight and intermodal from the rear of 123.