FEC 226 brings every locomotive type in use on the FEC through St. Augustine this morning.
FEC 101 slams through a late October rainstorm that brought about 3 inches of rain to the area , which is a bit unusual for this time of year.
Rolling out of Bunnell, 101 on time.
FEC 226 crossing the Tomoka with some extra power.
803 leads FEC107-24 through Saint Augustine whilst en route from Bowden to Hialeah
803 & 801 cross the marshes just north of Saint Augustine whilst hauling FEC226-25 from Hialeah to Bowden
FEC 107 rumbles through St. Augustine. The building on the right is the former FEC HQ now part of Flagler Collage.
FEC 230 wanders through with some extra motors from New Smyrna Beach. The fog had literally just lifted as the train arrived, you can see it hovering over the tree tops.
A FEC train slowly rolls across the St. Augustine bridge.
803 & 821 approach St Augustine whilst working FEC226-16, 2300 Hialeah-Bowden
Neck deep in the St. Lucie River. I cut my feet multiple times on mussels, oysters or some other bivalve, but it was worth it.
FEC 101 blasts through a downpour from a developing tropical cyclone off shore.
FEC 226 in St. Augustine
FEC 226 northbound in Bunnell with what is now standard, an LNG tender.
FEC 226 makes an appearance with a dual LNG set. On some Sundays and Monday's extra power does rides up with 226.