Where the FEC once ran to Key West, Metrorail runs above today. The system has recent added a line to the airport and new stock is coming soon.
Green line train departs South Miami station bound for Dadeland south. These cars have rolled on the system for 30 years and were among the last built by Budd. Replacements arrive in 2015.
It's so Miami! An Orange Line train bound for the new airport extension departs tropical destination of Vizcaya. These cars will be replaced by new stock from AnsaldoBreda 2015-2017.
A metrorail train rushes out of Government Center. The area on the right is the planned site for the terminal of the FEC's All Aboard Florida project. These cars are due to be replaced in 2016.
FEC 123 catches an incredibly lucky sliver of sunlight that managed to squeeze through a a tropical shower just off shore. The other part of luck was a champ on the point of this short train.
A late FEC 210 gave us a very lucky shot of catching this train as it usually rolls through here before sunrise.
FEC 226 with a rainbow of power on a muggy morning in St. Augustine. Pretty rare to have rock on this train.
FEC 226 reflects on the tidewater in St. Augustine. The time is growing short for the big M's as the first GEVO's should begin to filter in within a month or so.
Two FEC Champions lead 226 across the tidewater of the San Sebastian River this morning.
SD40-2's with a GP40-2 lug 226 across the marshes. No more SD40-2's will be repainted into the Champion scheme due to the expected arrival of the GEVO's that will sideline these motors.
FEC 714 leads 226 across the Tomoka River on a breezy morning.
Rainy season! FEC's 101, lead by 101 hustles through another tropical thunderstorm winding through Bunnell.
FEC 101 lead by Champion 715 blasts into Bunnell on a warm breezy day. Once in a while you still get 2nd generation power on 101, but with ES44's coming those days are numbered.
FEC 226 launches across the Tomoka River with Champion 703 on the point. This shot generally only works late Spring to late Summer when the morning sun angle gets in here.
FEC 226 heads northward through the tidal marshes of St. Augustine.