FEC's flagship train 101 rolls out of Bunnell on a cool sunny day.
FEC 101 wheels out of Bunnell on a balmy afternoon with temperatures in the 70's.
Day before Thanksgiving and the FEC is hard at work bringing "stuff" to Miami. The home in the background is over 100 years old.
FEC 101 approaches Bunnell. The blue motor is GETX 3000 leased when the LNG program started. Now just about all thru freights are LNG powered.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell with the now standard Liquefied Natural Gas set. The LNG fuel is mixed with diesel and helps the FEC cut fuel costs.
FEC 101 through Bunnell
FEC 141 the first train out after New Years. The last few years FEC has thrown out a morning extra after holiday shut downs, 2016 was no exception.
Wintertime in Florida... FEC train No. 101, led by a pair of GE ES44C4s pass through St. Augustine after leaving Jacksonville about an hour before. The intermodal and freight train is en ro... (more)
Led by a pair of Florida East Coast "Champion" GE ES44C4s, FEC 101 heads south along the San Sebastian River near St. Augustine, on its way to Miami from Jacksonville.
FEC 141 making for a rare photo op with good light on the bridge in St. Augustine. You can see the train winding along the river in the distance.
FEC 226 wanders into St. Augustine, my last train of 2016. The LNG fuel has really made some changes on the FEC this year past.
An ES44C4 and a GP40-2 lead 202 north trough Palm Bay.
FEC 107 winds through the Nations oldest city and into the setting sun. With the time change and summer months ahead, getting 107 is now an easy shot.
FEC train 222 passes a FEC GP38-2 wearing the "Going Places" logo in Fort Lauderdale. It is safe to say that the FEC is "Going Places," with the the new Fort Lauderdale ICTF at Port Everglades now... (more)
FEC 101 thunders into Colfax!