FEC 226 on sunny mild morning in St. Augustine. The very first train station in St. Augustine was built here.
Testing Testing! FEC extra testing LNG fuel the first actual full test. The train ran from Jax to New Smyrna and back.
FEC 101 with three motors rolls through on a cool and windy afternoon. As said many times before FEC 434 is the last GP40-2 ever built on the planet.
A rare consist shows up on 226 with a Susan Komen unit leading which is also rare. For my wife Maryann who was recovering from surgery. This is one of her favorite motors.
FEC 226 on a mild foggy morning. Note the "bulktainers" behind the motors.
FEC 101 sweeps out of Bunnell Florida on a mild 65 degree afternoon.
FEC 101 rolls through on a cool day. Rumors are FEC is looking at up to 10 more of the ES44C4's.
FCEN returns from a storage train move on a route that has no freight customers. This recreated a scene not seen since the 1990's on this line. Today mostly tourist trains run here.
FCEN movements over the US 441 bridge generally happens maybe once every few years. Here seen returning from a storage move on the Sorrento Branch.
FEC 226 with FEC stacks right behind the motors, a shot I been wanting for a while. Finally worked out on this cool morning.
It is a foggy cool morning in the Nation's Oldest City as FEC 226 swings through.
FEC 101 blasts through the "metropolis" of Korona Florida hauling high priority stuff to South Florida. Dual C4's seems to be the norm now on this train.
FEC 101 blasts south on a rather cool 55 degree day in north Florida. The entire length of the 6500 ft train can be seen lead by FEC 815 & 814.
FEC 905 with 2K Blue 421 leading. For years 905 was long hood forward south but in the past year now runs short hood forward south and long back north.
First train for me of 2016. Started with a bang...four motors on 101.