It's a cool "Black Friday" morning in St. Augustine. Even with the new US 1 bridge, for those who wish, the classic low level shot is still doable here.
The latest Champion, #711 leads 226 on a warm "Dr. Who Day". Railpictures.net contributor Maryann Norvik gets her shot.
On Veterans Day it was only appropriate that two of FEC's Red White and Blue locomotives appeared on 226.
FEC 101 slides along the tidewater in the Nation's Oldest City. It was a very warm and breezy Halloween with temperatures near 86.
FEC 101 on a warm and breezy Halloween in St. Augustine with a mix of old and new paint schemes, but which one is which? This shot only works in fall just before the time change.
Trick or Treat! The treat was the CITX unit being 3rd out, which most times SD70M-2's lead.
FEC 226 on a cool morning in St. Augustine. The 719 could really use a Champion paint job...badly.
Champion in St. Augustine on a warm morning. Tides were also higher than normal due to the position of the Moon.
Florida East Coast Railway southbound train 101-30 is led by SD70M-2 103, and Champion SD40-2s 720 and 713 as they turn westbound briefly at St. Augustine, Florida on September 30. The train is s... (more)
It's a beautiful morning in St. Augustine as #421 leads NB train 226 over the San Sebastian Bridge.
FEC 715, the latest Champion repaint leads a freight train for the first time, rolling through St. Augustine. Definitely an improvement over the old faded ex UP yellow.
FEC 226 with shades of blue. The 501 is a GP38-2 which are the only motors which still retain the going places in Florida logo and will be repainted the same. First day of September, still hot.