St. Augustine at 40 degrees...that's how cold it was when 226 rounded the corner, viewed from the recently completed US 1 bridge. The bridge gives many new photo angles.
A warm morning finds 226 rolling across the San Sebastian River with standard power for this train. Temperature already in the 70's by 9:00 AM.
Railpictures.net contributor Maryann Norvik waves at 224 after getting her pictures. Shots on the north side of the track only work in late s... (more)
FEC 240 wanders through St. Augustine at first light.
FEC 226 steps across the San Sebastian River with old school FEC 403 in the consist. The 403 is the only 1980's schemed GP40-2 active on the railway at this time.
Dedicated to Willie a well known fan of the FEC who passed on a few days before. FEC 224 on a cool morning in St. Augustine.
FEC 224 with the 2000 back in 2008. This was the last trip on the main before being sidelined till 2010 due to obvious mechanical problems that actually developed on this trip.
Florida East Coast 426 headed back to Jacksonville on this unusually warm January Saturday morning as fellow photog Bob Pickering shoots more pictures. This special train transported FEC dignitar... (more)
FEC 226 rolls across the still waters of the San Sebastian River on a warm Sunday morning. Unusual to get two SD40-2's back to back on this train of late.
After reversing at Saybrook, 426 now leads for the trip back to Bowden.
After dropping off the dignitaries bound for the 125th anniversary of Hotel Ponce, the special hustles south to Saybrook to reverse and head back north.
Talk about luck, during the chase I saw 226 coming, calculated the best guess place to stop, we jumped out and just caught the meet with the 714 special.
A beautiful warm morning in St. Augustine finds the 714 leading a special for the 125th anniversary of the Hotel Ponce De Leon (Now Flagler Collage).
With "Henry Flagler" on board, FC 714 takes dignitaries from Magnolia to Palmer St for a horse drawn carriage ride to the former Hotel Ponce, celebrating 125 years since it's opening.