FEC 226 with two beautiful champions
FEC train 107 races into the setting sun at milepost 37 as the spires of Flagler College get distorted from the big GEVOs exhaust.
FEC 224 reflects off the tidewater on a mild morning in St. Augustine. 224 is always recognizable with Crowley containers and usually the power is back to back.
Loaded Martin Marietta rock train from Junction City, GA to Mulberry, FL eases down #2 track for a recrew in Wildwood. This train took a very long way around to Baldwin, via Jacksonville.
Weekly trip to the wash rack, located along the Aloma Branch with Auto Train. Total of 23 pieces today, not everything making the trip.
10,000 plus feet of FEC 101 seen at Dorena on a warm day.
FEC 101 flashes through Dorena with famous East Coast Hogger in charge. The third motor is FEC 434 now a retro blue, the last GP40-2 ever built.
FEC 107 takes the curve at St. Augustine in the late evening sun. The time change has given us back our Sunday trains.
As the sun begins to lower, FEC 107 squeezes through the tightest curve on the mainline. Sunday evening is a good time to be in St. Aug you can catch 111 and 107 inside of an hour.
From Canada to Florida...this locomotive was once part of the collection stored out in Waresboro, GA.
Newly-repainted 2105 guides rock loads from K703 into their yard which occupies the last bit of track that once ran from Sanford to Sorrento.
The southbound Silver Meteor splits the exACL US&S signals at the north end of Yukon Siding.
One of FEC's gevo's leads four other motors on train 111. Shots of this train are now possible due to the time change. It appears that last EMD only train outside of locals has fallen to GE.
FEC 101 roars out of Sunbeam after the road crew climbed aboard. The champs look great with the greenery
Departure! 101 lumbers out of Bowden yard starting the daily journey southward toward Miami. Today's 101 had about 9600 ft.