FEC 226 reverses in Bowden yard to set out some of it's train.
My favorite motor, FEC 806 leads a slightly late 224 through St. Augustine. Some of FEC's newest containers right behind.
FEC 226 was ahead of 224 this morning. A lot of brush clearing has opened up new angles on the famous bridge.
D 78 is the last of the older sub surface stock on the London Underground, due to be replaced by the S stock trains by 2017. Here a set departs a busy Earls Court.
The newest stock on the Underground, the "S" Stock makes a stop at busy Earl's Court. These cars will replace the last remaining "D" stock trains by 2017.
Two 50 year old Class 86 electrics haul the Tibury liner through the busy rail junction at Stratford City. Only about 12 of these are left running for Freightliner.
FEC 226 on a chilly breezy morning in the Nation's Oldest City, crossing what could be argued as the most photographed bridge on the railway.
FEC 224 weaves through St. Augustine. A train once dominated by EMD's is now powered by ES44's.
FEC 101 wheels out of Bunnell with twin big champs in charge. First spell of sun we have had in a week!
FEC 210's Champions help brighten up yet another gloomy day wheeling out of Bunnell. This week we have had a long spell of dull and occasionally wet weather, this day no exception.
Today's 101 had the uncommon rock loads at the head end of the train. Pretty rare for rock to be on this train, seen in St. Augustine on a cool breezy day.
FEC 226 with an interesting lashup of power on the chilly (for Florida) breezy morning in St. Augustine.
FEC 101 rounds the curves in St. Augustine, with rock hoppers on the head end, something that is pretty uncommon on this train.
Running around a slow order, FEC 101 rolls out of the siding at South Dorena.
FEC 101 snakes out of Dorena Siding after being routed around a hard working MOW crew.