FEC 226 with four motors and LNG tender
At sunset, Florida East Coast GE ES44C4 No. 806 leads a stack train north from Miami to Jacksonville, spanning Turkey Brick near Malabar.
The LNG sets are running on 101 on occasion. If things go as planned this will be the standard lashup for thru freights on the FEC.
FEC has also recently reactivated some of their older motors. The "ex UP yellow" SD40-2's were in storage since the days that the GEVO's took over.
FEC train 123 (Jacksonville - Fort Lauderdale) pulls into the Port Everglades ICTF with intermodal after dropping off a cut of ethanol nearby.
FEC train 202 rolls northward through Stuart, FL, casting a GEVO shadow on a nearby wall.
FEC 101 sweeps out of Bunnell on a warm afternoon. My last catch of 2015.
On a warm and sunny afternoon, northbound FEC intermodal 210 passes a field with Firewheel flowers still in bloom. Makes you wonder if these native Florida Wildflowers weren't the inspiration for... (more)
FEC 224 in St. Augustine on a cool breezy morning. FEC 224 can be tough to get many times through here at or before sunrise.
A late "unit train" catches the first rays of sunshine passing through the former town of Eau Gallie. For anyone in the area, check out Intracoastal Brewing Company located in the old d... (more)
With a typical for 123 back to back pair of GEVO's and a Geep in fresh paint along for the ride FEC 123 heads south over the Stuart Drawbridge soon after sunrise on a beautiful morning.
FEC 224 reflects off the tidewater on a mild morning in St. Augustine. 224 is always recognizable with Crowley containers and usually the power is back to back.
First day of spring finds 101 rounding the curve in south Bunnell on an 87 degree afternoon.
Fore! Two golfers prepare to tee-off while the legendary engineer Dave Shelley hustles over 10,000 feet of intermodal through Daytona Beach on a fabulous January afternoon.
ECH and an extraboard conductor are onboard Train 101, highballing out of Bowden Yard and splitting a classic pair of searchlight signals.