On the first day of my Honeymoon, FEC train 109 crosses the Saint Lucie River with schooners & palm trees in the background. This train is hauling empty cement & rock hoppers back to Medley, FL f... (more)
Train #222, with a pair of GP40-2s, heads north across the Stuart Draw. The second unit has a paint scheme honoring 100 years of the FEC.
FEC train #202 starts across Stuart Bridge which was installed in 1925...the paddlewheeler which plies the St. Lucie River can be seen in the upper left.
FEC 101 leads train #101 through the curve just north of the Stuart Draw. The view from the condo balconies is almost as good as this vantage point from US 1.
FEC 123 swings onto the Stuart Bridge in this view from U.S. 1. FEC 430 was the first dynamic brake engine bought by the FEC.
FEC SD70M-2 leads a NB trailer train over the St. Lucie River.
FEC local #925 heads north back to Ft. Pierce with rock empties for the various are cement plants.
FEC SD40-2 #710 leads train 109 south over the St. Lucie River. When on the FEC, I always look for shots with palm trees, as they seem to scream "You're in Florida" to me.
109 crosses the Stuart Draw with plenty of empty rock hoppers on the head end.
FEC 431 sits dead on an old industry track in downtown Stuart, FL on Christmas Eve.
Heading south towards downtown Stuart.
FEC's new SD70M-2s cross the St. Lucie River at Stuart on a gorgeous spring afternoon in Florida
Southbound across the tropical waters of Stuart. This was the first dynamic brake equipped motor the FEC purchased back in the early 80's.