A visiting railfan waves at 101.
An exceptional opportunity to catch a northbound in PM light was given by FEC 210 being 5 hours late. Late trains on the FEC are very rare and the last time 210 was this late was in 2011.
An old riveted Fixed-Trunnion Bascule Bridge from the Flagler Era still supports the current leviathan FEC trains over the Saint Lucie River. Rough looking SD40-2 #719 is in queue to be repainted... (more)
FEC Train 101 heads south with a pair of SD70M-2's
Exactly at 2:50 pm as the horrors began to unfold in my hometown of Boston I captured 101 in Bunnell. The 3rd motor is 703 the 2nd motor to get the retro repaint.
A southbound freight crosses the St. Lucie River at Stuart on a warm winter evening. The nearby watering hole and ATCS Monitor make Stuart a favorite train watching town.
Another new view possible from the new bridge, FEC 101 winds through St. Augustine with east coast hogger at the throttle.
Last day of February yields this shot of 101 on a mild afternoon. For a small town Bunnell offers various angles of this reliable train just about every day between 2 and 3 PM.
FEC 222 rarely ever seen in daylight shows up after sunrise on a cold morning in St. Augustine. 2nd of a 4 train parade this morning.
FEC 101 with three motors including FEC 714.
On a mild day Dave Shelley takes FEC 101 south through Bunnell. Dedicated to Carter Hoffman a former FEC employee who passed on today. He was a true friend of fans of the FEC.
From the new US 1 bridge, you never know what 226 will have on a Monday morning. Today's was two SD70M-2's and a GP40-2. This was the first cool crisp morning of Fall as fall as Florida gets.
FEC 107 is lugged around the famous curve in the Nation's Oldest City as the curch where Mr. Flagler is buried looks on. One may notice the new US 1 bridge in the background.
Tropical downpour from a warned storm douses FEC 101. Today's 101 was lead by three motors something that has been happening a lot lately. Florida's storms can produce 1-4 inches per hour of rain.