A truck struck the Florida East Coast Railway's Crane Creek bridge in Melbourne on the morning of June 2, taking the bridge out of service for most of the day as the damage was surveyed and tempor... (more)
Cement truck damages bridge
A few days ago, an eastbound cement truck tried to go under the Florida East Coast Railroad Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne. The result was not ... (more)
FEC 808, LNG tender FEC 303, and FEC 821 races across the Eau Gallie River bridge with FEC train 109 in tow. Work has now started on building the second bridge at this location for the upcoming Br... (more)
The sun has just risen over the Atlantic as FEC 720 races north across the Eau Gallie River bridge with train FEC 336. Work has just begun in this area to put in the second main line bridge for th... (more)
FEC 808 and FEC 804 lead train 202 north across the Eau Gallie river bridge in Melbourne, Florida.
It is a beautiful morning as FEC 808 leads FEC 804 and FEC train 210 north across the Eau Gallie River bridge. Work has begun to build the second bridge for the future Brightline rail service fro... (more)
FEC 103 and leased CITX 142 bring the FEC train 202 north through Palm Bay, Florida.
FEC 438 is running long hood forward as it struggles to take FEC 123 south towards Miami. Problems with the lead locomotive left the crew with only the FEC 438 to pull the train, yes, the little ... (more)
FEC 105 and FEC 107 lead hot intermodal train FEC 101 south down the main line while FEC train 202 waits in the siding. FEC 714 was the first engine to be painted in the new Champion paint scheme... (more)
CITX 142 waits in the Palm Bay siding while a thunderstorm moves east over the Atlantic.
FEC 103 races south past Mr. ECH, the East Coast Hogger, as he does a roll-bye inspection, while his train, FEC 202 with leased CITX 142, waits in the Palm Bay siding.
FEC 716 leads train FEC 109 south past the signal at MP 188.6 in Melbourne, Florida.
A very weathered and in need of a paint job FEC 719 runs solo across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne.
FEC 711 and FEC 421 send the pelicans and doves flying as it rumbles north across the Crane Creek bridge with the loaded rock train FEC 336.
FEC train 210, led by FEC 715 and FEC 720, lead FEC train 109 down the main line while FEC train 210 sits in the Palm Bay siding. In the distance, a winter storm is approaching Melbourne, Florid... (more)