A photo that, for me, epitomizes the Florida East Coast Railroad.
It's now unusual to see a road train without an LNG set, but sister units 821-820 take what could be considered a small #202 north. They've been pulling the equivalent of three trains lately, tod... (more)
#109 now does the work former #123 did headed south. It can have anything for power and anything behind that power.
One of the very few times a year you can see non-FEC power south of Bowden Yard!
Local 915's duties have expanded into all sorts of things with recent schedule changes. Here, it is spotting up local empties to be taken south with the Unit Train #335 later in the evening. Thi... (more)
FEC 226 with four motors this morning. That is an LNG tender between the first two.
FEC 900 rests ready for Family Days.
FEC Family Days special with the newly repainted "St. Augustine" now in Champion Colors, top and tailed by Susan Komen.
A pair of clean, long hood forward geeps lead West Palm Beach to Ft Pierce turn #950 over the bridge at Stuart. I decided to go aquatic to get a different angle and managed to keep the salt water... (more)
A pair of GEVOs with a liquified natural gas tender bask in the morning light, giving a good view of both vehicular and railroad drawbridges over the St Lucie River.
A pair of non-LNG GEVOs bring a long and heavy Hialeah to Jacksonville mixed freight north. With 90 loads of aggregate and cement ahead of empty intermodal, empty autoracks, half an empty ethanol... (more)
A new scheme now is that FEC 905 brings cars from NSB to Jax on Fridays. Makes the Bunnell northbound shot easier to get.
FEC 226 with the set that premiered LNG fuel onto the railway.
FEC Train 210 heads Northbound towards Jacksonville, FL. As they get ready to cross the San Sebastian River in St. Augustine, FL.
The time change allows one to shoot FEC 107 now and today's 107 head one of the LNG sets plus a EMD in tow.