Return to the port! The FEC resumed service to the improved Port of Miami earlier this year, after many years of no trains. The FEC rebuilt the line in 2013-2014.
The FEC resumed service to the Port of Miami in 2015 after years of no trains. The FEC rebuilt the tracks and bridge to the port.
Another transformer delivery to Bunnell arrives lead by one of FEC's Champs.
A trio of classic EMD power hustles southbound #123 thru Port Sewall. Scenes like this wont be possible in a year, with new GE power arriving.
Three champs are in charge of the hot 101 today, first time this has happened in a while.
Railpictures.net contributor Maryann Norvik exchanges waves with famous East Coast Hogger at the throttle 101. Three champs today!
Southbound train 123 rolls across the San Sebastian River just after midnight with the many colors of the FEC.
Two FEC Champions lead 226 across the tidewater of the San Sebastian River this morning.
FEC 101 lead by Champion 715 blasts into Bunnell on a warm breezy day. Once in a while you still get 2nd generation power on 101, but with ES44's coming those days are numbered.
Champions have turned up on 224 a few times the past few days, possibly showing off for the new Port Everglades in Ft. Lauderdale, where this train comes from.
The first time that I have seen three Champs and a Susan Komen unit on FEC 226 was today. Power was in Ft. Lauderdale for grand opening of a new port facility.
Three Champs and a Susan Komen motor! This is the first time I think this has happened and luck was with me this day. Note the rainbow with the gulf storms in the distance.
FEC 226 hustles through Colfax just after a tropical shower had moved through. It's that time of year again where sudden downpours can turn up at any time.