Old and the New The oldest and newest liveries to be applied to FEC motors was represented on an extra today.
FEC 107 rolls through Historic St. Augustine.
The reliable to photograph FEC 226 twists through Moultrie Junction.
On a hot evening, just as the sun came out, FEC 107 rolls into into Moultrie junction.
FEC 107 at St. Augustine. The light in the late spring and early summer works really well here.
The punctual and mighty FEC 107 rolls out of St. Augustine.
FEC train 107 in the oldest city in America.
The mighty 101 had some extra power today, seen blasting through Colfax.
FEC 107 in St. Augustine! One of my favorite spots to photo this train.
St. Augustine Floida finds FEC 107 wheeling through the curves of Moultrie Junction, where the St. Auigustine depot once stood. The champ scheme looks great on the GE motors.
FEC 107 in St. Augustine.
Train 107 rolls through St Augustine. This is one of my favorite spots to photograph this train with the buildings and spires of Flagler College in the background.
FEC 107 in the nation's oldest city Miami bound. Evidence of Henry Flagler's work is seen beyond the rails, the old HQ for the FEC along with the college once an FEC hotel seen in the distance.
FEC 226 rolls into the Nations Oldest City on a crisp cool morning.
FEC 226 rolls into St. Augustine on a cool clear morning.