FEC 703, the 2nd repaint into the "heritage" paint scheme slowly works to the shops after helping bring 224 into the yard. This scheme is now the official livery of the FEC.
FEC's newest repaint makes its debut run on the road with a passenger special.
FEC 224 arrives in Bowden Yard with the assistance of FEC 703 the 2nd motor to receive the "new old" paint scheme that will be applied to all FEC motors over time.
FEC's newest heritage unit, the 713 leads a passenger extra south into Bayard.
FEC train 109 heads south across the Eau Gallie River bridge. FEC 715 is the former Union Pacific 3437.
FEC Heritage 714 leads 415 and a Director's special passenger train south across the Crane Creek Bridge in downtown Melbourne.
After meeting train 109, FEC train 210 roars north out of the Micco siding under threatening skies.
Southbound FEC train 101 with engine 103 holds the main while FEC train 202 rolls down the siding at the south end of the Palm Bay siding.
FEC's 2nd heritage SD40-2 leads train 123 south across the low-tide San Sebastian River just before midnight.
Florida East Coast 715 and Heritage 714 are reflected in the pond as they lead train 202 north through the Palm Bay siding.
Florida East Coast 507, sporting the Hurricane logo, heads south from City Point towards the yard in Cocoa with a long string of cars.
FEC train 202 has taken the siding and come to a stop before meeting the hot southbound intermodal train 101 in Melbourne.
The "Unit Train" is sporting fresh repaint #703 on the point, the first of the new series to show up on this job.