FEC 226 reflects off the tidewater
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)
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 shot" of the northern end of the line, Florida East Coast Railway heritage painted 720 (SD40-2) and 714 (SD40-2) cross the San Sebastian River Bridge in St. Augustine, FL on Saturda... (more)
FEC 226 rolls across the tidewater on a brisk morning in the nation's oldest city. Nor'easter conditions the day before and lunar position have brought the tides a bit higher than normal.
FEC train 226
FEC 210 rounds a curve in St. Augustine
Two Gevos bracketing a fuel tender lead train 210 north across the San Sebastian River in St. Augustine.
The 3rd of a three train parade in St. Augustine this morning.
The 2nd of a three train parade in St. Augustine this morning.
FEC continues to recover from the disruption brought on by Hurricane Dorian. Here normally nocturnal 222 crosses the tidewater.
Train 226 operated by engineer RC Browning maneuvering through the San Sebastian river marshes. The tan building on the left side in the distance is the original corporate offices of the Florida E... (more)
The 802 leads a double LNG set across the tidewater in the Nations Oldest City.
FEC 107 rumbles through St Augustine with it's changing skyline. The spires in the distance are Flagler Collage once a Henry Flagler Hotel.