The blue hour, FEC style... with the red channel marker lights reflecting off second generation locomotives. This is extra train 242, running from Miami to Jacksonville with exactly 100 wells & 7... (more)
Neck deep in the St. Lucie River. I cut my feet multiple times on mussels, oysters or some other bivalve, but it was worth it.
434 crosses the St Lucie River at Stuart whilst working a local freight from Fort Pierce, 18 July 2017
Mixed traction on FEC109-18...
810, 720 & 425 cross the draw bridge at Stuart as they head south from Bowden Yard to Hialeah, 19 July 2017
New and old lead train 109 across the brackish waters of the St Lucie River.
Not very many places you can see a solo GP40 leading an intermodal.
#920 has a delivery for Triumph Aerostructures today.
This is always a good shot to get if you can. You can see how much the sun angle changes here, thru the trees in the upper right, it's on the other side. Best after time "springs forward&qu... (more)
Until the late 1990's, this angle was "the" shot at Stuart, of afternoon northbounds from the walkway along US 1....which is now that huge, famous overpass in the background that forever... (more)
Hotshot #101 swings around the curve from Rio into Stuart. No LNG set today, which is unusual now.
Local 920 makes runs down south of Fort Pierce Tuesday & Thursday, today running ahead of #109.
The farthest south I've ever shot 101.
A photo that, for me, epitomizes the Florida East Coast Railroad.
#109 now does the work former #123 did headed south. It can have anything for power and anything behind that power.