The last holdouts of the SD70M-2's roll 101 south on a cool day. These are the last two that I am aware of that are still hauling freight as the others are now being prepped to go.
Little did I know this would likely be the last opportunity to see #101 with the classic power and it's only fitting the original "Champion" repaint is at the helm. CSXT is said to be g... (more)
A pair of rookies heads up 101 out of Jacksonville FL.
FEC 101 splits Bunnell on a spectacular afternoon. The Florida East Coast Railway continues to operate a top notch railway with on time trains and safety awards going back for years.
After meeting counterpart train 109 at the Palm Bay siding, FEC train 210 heads north across the Crane Creek Bridge in downtown Melbourne. The new locomotives have no trouble quickly getting the ... (more)
Florida East Coast's brand new GE GEVO 815 and 814 leads train 109 south across the Crane Creek Bridge in downtown Melbourne. The new locomotives are becoming standard on FEC trains, with the old... (more)
The old and the new side by side. 808 hadn't turned a revenue wheel at this point. Thankfully, FEC's policy on visitors to their parking lot hasn't changed as they are well aware of the interest... (more)
Birds of all sorts abound as the annual "Toys For Tots" special glides south to Miami on the longest FEC fixed bridge...and yes, it's still double spanned....!
Looking pretty sharp... FEC 101 with another big champ, little champ combo gives Santa some help rushing stuff to south Florida...some of it I am sure for the good boys and girls.
FEC 240 with a fantastic lashup of 3 GP40's, two in the "Retro Blue" scheme lead about 11,000 ft of intermodal and autoracks northward. Every once in a while the FEC throws a surprise.
FEC 813 on its way back from Miami from Christmas run yesterday at early sunrise in St. Augustine. Christmas wreath still displayed, end of train contained executive cars and Toys for Tots contai... (more)
FEC 804 leading a very long monster train, on its way to Jacksonville. Long line of Tropicana and Ethanol tanks following along.
FEC 101 with 2 big champs and one little champ rounds the curve through Moultrie Junction. The FEC has changed radically in a matter of weeks with the new motors. 101 had 2.34 miles of train
FEC 222 running usually late, rumbles through St. Augustine with a long string of Tropicana cars to start off. This is the site of the first railway station in St. Augustine.
FEC 224 rolls across the tidewater in St. Augustine. Can you spot the drone?