FEC 716 and FEC 412 roll the southbound train 109 through Cocoa, Florida.
The blue hour has almost gone as the Elves aboard Santa's FEC St. Augustine passenger car work hard filling up balloons and getting more toys ready to pass out to waiting children in Cocoa, Florid... (more)
FEC servicing a cement plant
FEC services a cement plant.
FEC 507 brings a train south into the Cocoa yard.
A break in the clouds allows the sun to come out as FEC 101 is racing south toward Miami.
FEC 819 and 709 sit at the Cemex plant in Cocoa, FL waiting to head out later.
A pair of FEC GP40-2s sit out a quiet Sunday morning at City Point. The lead unit and the cars that follow will be added to southbound rock train 335 in the early hours of Monday morning. The la... (more)
A matched set of FEC GP40-2s are in charge of 109 on this day as the crew sets out a pair of high & wide loads in the yard at City Point. The remainder of train 109 is holding on the main at righ... (more)
A pair of "Champs" are tied down at City Point Yard in the early morning sun with a loaded rock train.
Retro BlueThe Hall Turn is southbound out of City Point Yard, heading for Bonaventure where the crew will work local industries before returning north. 507 wears the latest "retro blue... (more)
An Atlas rocket with a secret military satellite lifts off from Cape Canaveral as signals from the Florida East Coast Railroad stand guard.
FEC 101 running on a slow order, is seen slowly creeping by a shopping plaza in Cocoa. Eventually this part of the railroad will be double tracked. And the entire main line in the future.
Florida East Coast 507, sporting the Hurricane logo, heads south from City Point towards the yard in Cocoa with a long string of cars.