A northbound local crosses the St. Lucie River at Stuart.
FEC 202 rolls across the Stuart Bridge in a very brief but lucky spell of sunshine on a warm evening.
EMD's last-build GP40-2 heads south.
In late February, train #109 started running again, two or three times a week.
A pair of veteran SD40-2s lead NB FEC train 202 across the St. Lucie River as fisherman cast a line for the next catch.
Business extra, without the deep well/generator eyesore that normally is behind the power. Looks a LOT nicer this way.
Southbound local out of Fort Pierce crossing the Stuart Drawbridge on the trip south towards West Palm.
One of FEC's Ft. Pierce based locals arrives in Stuart to switch the Rinker cement plant.
A short FEC empty rock train heads south back to the quarries after originating in Fort Pierce.
Local 937 runs intermodal, freight & empty rock up to Ft. Pierce for pickup over the weekend.
I've wanted this "surrounded by water" shot since I first heard about this locomotive coming back out. I wish I could bottle the FL weather this day, perfect doesn't begin to describe it.
After overnighting in Fort Pierce, FEC office cars head south to Miami. RARE opportunity to see them without the deep well generator!!
#123 kicks off a parade of four southbounds.
Office cars southbound. Let's talk about the weather....!!!
Another spectacular day all over FL for weather...and you really want it at this spot when there's a morning southbound. 4-1-1 leads 1-4-1.