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.
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.
Newly returned from Rail America Land, FEC 709 leads 226 on a mild winter morning. FEC 709 I am sure is enjoying the Florida winter vs the winter in Canada, where she has been for a while.
FEC 226 approaches the San Sebastian River on the last day of 2012, my last train of the year. Got lucky with just a bit of sun as the train came through.
Last train of 2012 turns out to be FEC 226 being lead by the 714 winding up another great year of railfanning. Happy New Year to everyone!
A cold 40 degree morning in St. Augustine finds FEC 226 leaning into the sunrise.
FEC 226 preforms the "feats of strength" on Festivus, crossing the San Sebastian River in St. Augustine.
Today is my birthday and FEC brings my, 226 with two SD40-2's with the rattiest of them all leading. Well played, FEC well played.
With two blues, FEC 226 rolls into St. Augustine on the warm December morning. Once a common sight, catching two or three GP's on this train is somewhat uncommon.
FEC 226 reflects the tidewater in the San Sebastian River on this mild morning. This is a new view made possible by the reconstructed US 1 bridge shot from underneath.
December in Florida and it's 70 degrees already this morning. FEC 226 approaches the tidewater in the Nation's Oldest City.
FEC 226 lead by two SD70M-2's wanders into St. Augustine.