Florida East Coast Railway also participates in 2012's Heritage Unit Extravaganza!
A short 937 out of Ft Pierce with only 5 loads in tow as it crosses the Stuart Draw
Train 101 a daily hotshot approaches downtown Stuart
Train 937 out of Ft Pierce crosses the Stuart Draw LHF... this is one of the most scenic and probably best place to catch trains at almost anytime of the day with excellent results due to the un... (more)
FEC Train 202 originates out of Hialeah Yard near Miami
This is what happens when the last thing you watch before going to sleep is a Pink Floyd "Wish You Were Here" documentary!! The elusive shot presents itself after sunrise the following day. A la... (more)
FEC #432 leads train #123 southbound through the fog across the bridge at Stuart.
Northbound FEC train #202 crosses the Stuart Bridge on its trek to Jacksonville from Miami with FEC #714 second out in the new "heritage" FEC paint scheme.
FEC 101 rolls around the curve alongside waterside condos on it's way to the famous bridge in Stuart. Today's 101 had autoracks a bit unusual for this train.
FEC 202 rumbles across the Stuart bridge with Engineer Nick whistling at Jennifer and I. A new clearing just east of the old US 1 bridge allowed for shots on the north side.
FEC 937 lumbers across the Stuart Bridge heading beack to Ft. Pierce. This train was abolished on May 30th 2013 due to dedicated locals being added in West Palm Beach.
FEC 101 sweeps around the curve in the tropical train watching paradise known as Stuart Florida.