FEC 905 heads south with 427 which was repainted into the 2KBlue scheme last year as the FEC abandoned the Retro Blue.
FEC 101 rolls into Bunnell.
FEC 905 heads back north after working industries in Daytona Beach.
FEC 431 returns toward Fort Pierce Yard.
FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell as normal on any given day.
FEC GP9 670 and GP40 406 have just made a setoff at St. Augustine, Florida in 1971. The pair still had many years of faithful service for FEC ahead. Photo taken by my Father, George R. Stewart. Da... (more)
One of FEC's old warriors roars past Mr. Belle's hard working MOW crews waiting for 905 to clear to get some track time.
The mighty 800 leads a LNG set through St. Augustine at the site of where the original station was in the 1800's.
Florida East Coast Train 226 rolls through St. Augustine on a cool but beautiful morning.
The daily PM1 to the POM arriving at the port on a clear Monday afternoon.
FEC local 912 passes the Port of Palm Beach on its way to West Palm Beach with an ex-Burlington Northern geep leading.
FEC 912 passes the entrance to the Lewis Terminals with an ex-Burlington Northern geep leading.
The Fort Pierce local heads north over Crane Creek as a pair of Osprey circle overhead.
FEC 101 wheels out of Bunnell. The pioneering and progressive FEC has made it a routine process using LNG powered trains for it's through freights. LNG fuel is cleaner and much cheaper.