FEC 226 hustles through Colfax just after a tropical shower had moved through. It's that time of year again where sudden downpours can turn up at any time.
Two of FEC's original workhorses tote 226 across the waters of the Tomoka on this humid morning. The 411 - 429 was the top and bottom of the first -2's on the FEC back in the 80's.
905 Charges north towards Bowden yard.
CSX S604 climbs "The Hill" at S Lakeland coming off the Lakeland Sub and onto the Vitis Sub.
Summertime approaching means this shot works well again, only with morning trains for those who wish to try. The best light between 7 and 8 AM usually when 226 turns up.
FEC Champ 716 leads 226 on a sultry morning crossing the salt marshes in the Nation's Oldest City. The first GEVO's due to arrive late summer, will be in the Champion livery.
CSX O702 street running on N East Ave bound for Tampa.
A southbound Sunrail train makes a brief stop at the new Sunrail passenger station, which is located next to the Amtrak station in Winter Park.
The Seminole Gulf's Murder Mystery Dinner Train is pushed slowly along by a Paducahbilt GP10. Unfortunately the E7 on the front end is just a cab car.
FEC 107 rolls into the nation's oldest city about 20 minutes behind 111 with a rainbow of color. The big M's should hang into 2015 according to the latest.
FEC 111 the City Point Turn "turns up" ahead of 107 most Sundays. 111 can have a variety of power and consist.
Through downtown Orlando, Sunrail P327 rumbles north on the last day of free service. Three car trains were needed as a record crush of 17,000 people rode today.
This shot presents itself just once a year...the annual CSXT Charity Train departing Prime Osborn on FEC for a round trip to Waycross.
This shot presents itself just once a year...and usually the Amtrak has already zipped ahead to the station...but here we have the annual CSXT Charity Train departing Prime Osborn on FEC neck & ne... (more)