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.
FEC 226 in St. Augustine, note the SD40-2 as the 2nd motor. That is a bit unusual.
FEC 226 runs through with some extra power
FEC 226 with a bit of an odd lashup this Sunday in St. Augustine. Sometimes on Sundays we do get some odd lashups on this train.
FEC train 226 rumbles through St. Augustine.
Here is a view showing the FEC derailment shortly after it happened. The FEC 419 remained on the tracks, but the FEC 433 rolled over on its side as the train was coming through the switch at the ... (more)
It is going to be a long day as FEC crews look over the damage after FEC train 226 north derailed coming out of the north end of the Pineda siding. FEC 433 is on its side, while FEC 413 remained o... (more)
A foggy morning finds 226 lead by the mighty 800 through St. Augustine.
FEC 226 slides through the nations oldest city on a bright but cool morning. This morning's 226 was missing the normal LNG tanker.
FEC 226 on a brisk morning
Very unusual in two aspects, odd lashup of power and running 8 hours late. It did make for a good birthday present, though I hate for the trains to be late, which is very rare on the FEC.
803 & 821 approach St Augustine whilst working FEC226-16, 2300 Hialeah-Bowden