FEC 101 with one of the LNG sets through Bunnell. The LNG sets are becoming more prevalent on the FEC.
FEC 226 on a warm June morning with a big champ little champ combo.
FEC 101 swings into Bunnell on a breezy warm day with the famous East Coast Hogger at the throttle.
FEC 101 hustles into Bunnell after meeting a late 210 at Dorena. Today's 101 had close to 11k ft of train on this seasonable warm day.
FEC train 202 rolls north on Christmas Eve with a pair of GEVOs and a GP40-2 as they cross the St. Lucie River at Stuart.
FEC 101 swings out of Bunnell on a beautiful afternoon with temps in the 70's.
FEC train 123 sweeps onto the lead into Port Everglades. The crew of GP40-3 #438 waits for 123 to pull all the way in so they can start working the train.
FEC train 111. Once was swapping with 212 that left out of Ft. Pierce but now turns at City Point. A restored service, trains 117 218 now cover that run.
FEC 111 wheels around the curves in St. Augustine. The leased out SD40-2's are slowly trickling back including recently arrived FEC 720, 2nd out.
Florida East Coast train 107 coming through St. Augustine.
FEC 107 arrives ahead of FEC 111 under the skyline of the Nation's oldest city that will be 450 years old this year.
FEC 226 on a very humid and warm morning.
During the summer you can get well lit shots of 226 behind the businesses on north end of St, Augustine. Here 226 makes it's regular appearance alongside the tidewater.
The routine passage of FEC 226. This train is pretty much a sure bet on any given morning turning up between 8 AM and 9 AM, though on Sundays can be earlier...or later.