A day after the derailment, the main line is back open and FEC train 123 crawls through on a slow order at 10 mph. The Utilco RR Services truck will soon be heading back to Georgia, their assista... (more)
A couple of Florida East Coast Railway crews members take a much needed rest while watching their co-workers continue to clean up the derailment of train 226 at the north end of the Pineda siding.... (more)
Florida East Coast crews work very methodically throughout the night to re-rail FEC 433. The locomotive, along with four double-stack cars, derailed coming out of the north end of the Pineda sidin... (more)
Florida East Coast Railway crews begin to assess the damage done to FEC 433, which derailed along with four double stack cars as train 226 came out of the siding at Pineda. The FEC 419 and five d... (more)
Damaged FEC 433 and TTX double-stack well car sit in the spur track north of the Pineda siding derailment site as a Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center with 11 satellites on bo... (more)
FEC crews look over the damage after FEC train 226 north derailed coming out of the north end of the Pineda siding. FEC 433 is on its side, while FEC 419 remained on the rails. 5 double stack we... (more)
Ho, Ho, Ho! The annual Florida East Coast Christmas train rolls south though Melbourne after stopping in Cocoa to drop off toys for the US Marine Corps Toys for Tots program. Children also have ... (more)
A slight breeze off of the Atlantic caused small waves to form on the Crane Creek river, which produced an artistic - abstract reflection on the water as FEC train 210 rolls north over the bridge ... (more)
A very close lightning bolt from a severe thunderstorm lashes the Melbourne area as the dispatcher has turned on the signal at MP 188.6 for the northbound FEC train 222.
Stars streak overhead during a peaceful night in the Farmrail yard.
N&W 611 takes a spin on the Spencer turntable for all the fans to see.
As the moon heads for the western horizon, FEC train 210 rolls north along the Florida space coast.
After dropping off passengers at the Charlottesville station, the southbound Crescent departs for New Orleans.
In a scene reminiscent about 60 years ago, the Southern caboose has been uncoupled from the tender and NW 611 heads towards the large crowd assembled around the turntable at the North Carolina Tra... (more)
The Spirit of Roanoke lives on today thanks to the dedicated crew who restored her back to run again.