At sunset, Florida East Coast GE ES44C4 No. 806 leads a stack train north from Miami to Jacksonville, spanning Turkey Brick near Malabar.
FEC train 202 rolls north through Jupiter, FL with a little bit of everything the FEC roster has to offer (except for the rare GP38-2/3).
An ES44C4 and a GP40-2 lead 202 north trough Palm Bay.
202 crosses the Crane Creek bridge at Melbourne.
202 soaks up the evening sun as it passes through Edgewater.
FEC train 202 rolls north on Christmas Eve with a pair of GEVOs and a GP40-2 as they cross the St. Lucie River at Stuart.
FEC train 202 rolls northward through Stuart, FL, casting a GEVO shadow on a nearby wall.
FEC train 202 rolls north with a short train autoracks. This was taken 25 minutes or so before sunset so locating a shadow free place ended up being more of a challenge than anticipated.
FEC train 202 rolls north through Stuart not long before sunset with a pair of GEVOs and rock hoppers on the head end.
A pair of year old FEC GEVOs lead northbound train 202 across the St. Lucie River on the last day of 2015, only 20 or so minutes before sunset. It was a fine day to be outdoors, and a small boat ... (more)
FEC 202 passes the various customer sidings at Bonaventure with two GEVOs leading. This location provides a bit of revenue to the FEC, and keeps local 915 busy on most weekdays. 202's lengthy co... (more)
FEC 202 rolls through the tropical paradise of Stuart Florida. In a few years passenger trains will return here as part of the All Aboard Florida project.
An early 202 gives a rare opportunity to photograph this train in good light, once a routine thing till schedule changes in 2008.
My husband urgently encouraged me to get to Bunnell for 202, this train usually comes through well after dark. But was early today and my buddy Dave Shelly was at the throttle!
Exceptionally rare daylight 202 in Bunnell gives us the chance to shoot what was a routine shot years ago. Prior to 2008, 202 was a daytime train, these days usually through at night.