FEC 222 rarely ever seen in daylight shows up after sunrise on a cold morning in St. Augustine. 2nd of a 4 train parade this morning.
With an average of over 2,900 lightning strikes per 30 minutes, severe thunderstorms light up the sky over the Florida East Coast.
High vantage points are not abundant along the Florida East Coast Railroad between Titusville and Melbourne. FEC train 222 is seen heading northbound through downtown Melbourne from a five story ... (more)
This is FEC 222 at the NE 17th Ct crossing mp 338.4251 with the ECH at the throttles. There are two SD70M-2's, FEC 107 and 105 hauling 22 hoppers for Fort Pierce and 21 pigs for Bowden yard for ab... (more)
Train 222 just as it crossed the bridge at mp 337.91.
The ECH at the throttles of train 222 ripping through the signal at 336.5 with the FEC 100, 102, 103 and 720 pulling 8,700' of train.
Train 222 just north of the Cypress Creek Bridge with a rare lashup of 4 red white and blue SD70M-2's and 2 GP40's. We have the FEC 106, 105, 107, 104, and 426 and 431. The SD70's are on their way... (more)
Train 222 just north of the Cypress Creek Bridge in the warm evening light.
This is 222 across the Cypress Creek bridge with FEC-720 and 715 pulling a string of hoppers and a mix of other cars on it's way to Fort Pierce to pick up some juice car's, all destine for Jackso... (more)
The East Coast Hogger and Mark through the Pompano S switch with 4 SD70M-2s. FEC 101, 104, 105 and 106 with 21 hoppers and 25 pigs for a total of 46 cars at 6,100' on a hot summer evening.
Just after dawn FEC 222 crosses the tidewater at the San Sebsatian River on a crisp morning. Temp was near 45.