As Florida readies for possible impacts from Irma, the FEC gets another day in of work at least before they have to start shutting down on 9/7
Freshly rebuilt at National Railway Equipment in nearby Dixmoor, FEC 435 is at CSX's Barr Yard awaiting movement back to Florida. Tom Golden photo.
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)
FEC 111 is one of those trains you never know what you will get power wise. Only shootable on Sundays as they run earlier, today had a trio of retro blue GP40-2/3's.
Power from FEC train 335 sits near the rock quarries in medley, in western Miami-Dade county, awaiting its next assignment.
I did not like this angle my husband encouraged me to take this shot anyway. Retro blue.
FEC #435 one of the latest geeps to get the 1960's Retro Blue drills Bowden Yard on National Train Day 2015. The FEC is among the best top ten employers to work for in Florida.
FEC 226 with two GP40-2's rolls through the tidal marshes in St. Augustine. This is the best time of year for this angle with the morning sun swung north.
FEC 111 the City Point Turn "turns up" ahead of 107 most Sundays. 111 can have a variety of power and consist.
FEC #435 tears out of the siding with its train bound for points further south.
Even when running long hood forward, FEC 714 looks beautiful!
OS-123 through Pompano on it's way to the Fort Lauderdale Yard on this first day of spring.
FEC 226 on a cool and crisp morning in the Nation's Oldest City.