Florida East Coast train No. 226-11 curves through St. Augustine, Florida, led by a pair of new GE ES44C4s on January 12, 2015.
The 226 train rolls through the Ancient city with some extra motors today.
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.
FEC 226 rolls through St Augustine. The always progressive FEC is running LNG fuel on just about all of it's through trains.
FEC 226 with an unusual lash up showing off the new FEC containers.
Spring tides have brought high water as 226 does the usual thing at the usual time.
The original "new" champion 714 is 3rd motor on this lashup with 226
FEC 226 crosses the tidwater
FEC 226 crossing the Tomoka with some extra power.
FEC 226 through St. Augustine crossing the tidal marshes
FEC 226 rolls through St. Augustine with dual LNG sets on the first day of July.
FEC 226 is our third train this morning.
FEC 226 rounds into Bunnell as Sub Tropical Storm Alberto moves in. Today's 226 had a dual LNG lashup and solid FEC boxes.
FEC 226 crosses the tidewater. Some brush clearing here had opened up a few new angles of what is likely the most photographed bridge on the FEC.
FEC 226 swings into St. Augustine, the last of a three train parade this morning.