Florida East Coast Railroad local 905 diverging into the mainline and out of Bowdon Yard.
FEC 905 at Colfax. The 419 is an old friend of mine, been watching it go by since I moved here in 1980.
The rainy season took a break for a few weeks but is back in force. Here FEC 905 hustles northward through a thundery downpour bound for Bowden Yard.
The local leaves Bowden yard out ahead of FEC 101.
Survivor! 419 stayed on the rails during a rare derailment on 12/20. About 28 hours later 226 comes through.
The single GP40-2 in charge of FEC local 915 is in the process of running around its train at Palm Bay siding. The crew has had a busy morning switching industries and also doing a little ballast... (more)
FEC local 915 arrives at Bonaventure along a busy US 1 where some of the competition is also at work on a hot and humid Florida morning. The crew has a busy day ahead. Once their switching work ... (more)
First time since 2008 that 3 GP40's teamed up on 101, seen here at Colfax this breezy day. An issued in south Fl that caused delays also affected the available motive power for 101.
FEC 224 blasts out of Bunnell on a hot steamy morning. This shot only works in June due to sun angles.
FEC 224 arrives in Bowden Yard with the assistance of FEC 703 the 2nd motor to receive the "new old" paint scheme that will be applied to all FEC motors over time.
A cold 40 degree morning in St. Augustine finds FEC 226 leaning into the sunrise.