FEC 101 sweeps across the San Sebastian river and into Moultrie Junction with two GEVO's on the point. This seems to the standard power assignment now to through trains.
FEC 226 rolls across the famous bridge in St. Augustine on a very warm and muggy morning.
FEC 224 was a bit late making for an awesome shot across the tidal marshes of St. Augustine.
This time 111 had five locomotives!
FEC 107 comes through the oldest city in the USA with two GEVO's
Even with the new US 1 bridge the down low classic shot still works. Here FEC 226 with a mix of old and new power rolls north across the tidewater.
At first only nature is stirring in the Nation's oldest city. Then the deep bellows of whistles echo across the landscape as FEC 226 announces it's presence. Moments later crossing the marsh.
FEC 226 rolls onto the bridge in St. Augustine.
FEC 226 with two gevos comes around the curve.
FEC 226 crossing the bridge in St. Augustine, I am trying a new angle for me here.
My husband waves at 224 after getting his pictures.
Sunday Sunday Sunday evening is always a good bet for some FEC action in St. Augustine. Here 107 sweeps in 15 minutes behind 111. On Sundays you can get both between 6-7 PM
While most of railfan nation was after the famous N&W 611, we were after not quite as well known, but yet still interesting FEC "111". FEC 111 always has an interesting assortment of power.
One of my favorite trains on the FEC you never know how many locomotives it will have.