FEC 202 dropping off rock at New Smyrna Beach. After the drop they would wait for 107 before heading north.
An early 202 arrives at New Smyrna Beach to set out some rock loads from SoFlo. The earlier run allowed for some daylight photos here.
FEC 202 ran a little bit early today allowing for some daylight shots up at the north end of the railroad today.
716 passes New Smyrna Beach whilst hauling the NS Geometary train from Bowden to Hialeah
818 & 823 approach New Smyrna Beach whilst working FEC101 from Bowden to Hialeah
428 at New Smyrna Beach whilst hauling a rail reain
716 passes Turnbull Bay whilst hauling the Norfolk Southern geometry train from Hialeah to Bowden
The Sunday version of 202 roars out of New Smyrna
FEC 915-26 goes about its switching duties for the day at the New Smyrna Beach Yard.
FEC 101-29 screams southbound over Spruce Creek just north of New Smyrna Beach.
FEC 202 prepares to depart the yard.
The Sunday 202 gathers it's cars at New Smyrna for the journey north. The last few weeks, Sunday's 202 has started here.
Florida East Coast EMD GP40-2 No. 433, in fresh “Retro Blue” paint, rests in the railroad’s New Smyrna Beach Shop with sister locomotive No. 430 in the older blue scheme on January 10, 2015.
The four red-white-blue Florida East Coast EMD SD70M-2s sit near the shop at New Smyrna Beach, Florida, on January 10, 2015. With the arrival of 24 new GE ES44C4s on FEC, groups of older power wer... (more)