Florida East Coast train No. 226-11 curves through St. Augustine, Florida, led by a pair of new GE ES44C4s on January 12, 2015.
FEC 226 crosses the tidwater
FEC 101 roars thru a thunderstorm as a stalled weather system brought about 48 hours of solid heavy thundery rains to the area. Total amounts ranged from 3-5 inches.
FEC train 105 overtakes FEC 905 at Dorena (seen way back there). The 105 has been running on Thursdays as needed usually an hour or two after 101.
First train for me of 2016. Started with a bang...four motors on 101.
FEC 801 is pulling an LNG test consist from the shop test track out into the yard.
First test! The always progressive and forward thinking FEC ran its first test of the LNG tender. Further tests between New Syrmna & Jax will be done this year.
A peaceful morning in St. Augustine finds 226 crossing the tidewater. The old "classic" shot is still available even with the new US 1 bridge that now offers many angles here.
FEC 224 slinks across the famous bridge in St. Augustine in this different view.
FEC 101 races out of a tropical rainshower during a period of unsettled weather across northeast Florida. Today's 101 had autos up front which is happening more and more lately.
The conductor gives us a wave as #123 hustles through town with a load of Crowley containers headed for Fort Lauderdale.
The run for Florida East Coast No. 226-11 is almost over as the train passes Sunbeam and approaches Bowden Yard at Jacksonville, Florida, on January 12, 2015.
FEC train #202 heads north at Stuart with clear blocks for Jacksonville.
Christmas Eve Thunder! A stormy afternoon that even produced a few funnel clouds washes FEC 101 at Harwood on Christmas Eve. FEC only running a few trains today.
Well...at least it's the paint scheme we hoped for.....!