Mr. ECH, the "East Coast Hogger", give me a friendly wave as FEC 714, with the new Champion paint scheme, heads north through the Palm Bay siding.
With another tropical system heading towards Melbourne, a lot of thunderstorms have been rolling in off the Atlantic. FEC train 107 is about to race through the Hessey Ave crossing as it heads so... (more)
FEC 107 and FEC 103 sit in the Palm Bay siding with train 202 as the southbound FEC train 101 races past. A summer thunderstorm is clearing out towards the Atlantic, with just a light rain fallin... (more)
FEC 815 leads Liquified Natural Gas car FEC 307 and FEC 812 northbound across the Crane Creek Bridge with FEC train 202 in tow.
No LNG tender is need today as only a pair of sequentially numbered GEVOs lead the 9934 foot long southbound FEC 101 train over Crane Creek on a sunny April afternoon. Just the day before, more)
Having left Cocoa, the annual Florida East Coast Railway "Toys for Tots" train rolls south across the Crane Creek Bridge in downtown Melbourne. Next stop for Santa is Fort Pierce as the... (more)
An evening thunderstorm drifts slowly east out over the Atlantic, with lightning strikes lighting up the sky as I wait for a southbound FEC train.
FEC 714 leads FEC 416, FEC 439 and a coal train south towards Miami.
An early morning thunderstorm is beginning to dissipate as the blue hour greats the southbound FEC 109 train heading towards Miami.
Early morning thunderstorms have given way to a pleasant skyscape as FEC 803 leads LNG fuel tender FEC 310 and FEC 806 north across the Crane Creek bridge.
It is a beautiful morning as two boaters enjoy the calm waters near the Crane Creek bridge. FEC 813 leads LNG fuel tender FEC 306 and FEC 805 north towards Jacksonville.
FEC 713 leads NS 2717, the NS "Brick" 38, and the NS Geometry car north across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne. The short geometry train was pretty quiet approaching the br... (more)
FEC 812 leads LNG tender 311 and SD40-2 710 north across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne.
FEC 432 races north towards the Pineda siding with train 915 in tow.
It’s just another day in paradise as the FEC 202 train heads north over Crane Creek and past the Back Authority for Contemporary Knowledge (B.A.C.K) Center building which specializes in neck and s... (more)