A trio of Progress Rail locomotives, PR43C 4300 in joint NS/Progress paint, a new TasRail (TR-02) PR22L locomotive for Tasmania, and PR22B 2002 rest beside FEC SD40-2 718 at New Smyrna Beach, Flor... (more)
One of the first new TasRail locomotives since 1973, this Progress Locomotive-built PR22L - wearing magnet reporting marks PRLX 2 - but reporting marks stenciled at various locations as the TR-02 ... (more)
Finally got a good shot of the 714, my favorite locomotive, in the database; today pulling along some special passengers. :) My main interest is passenger trains, what a nice combination.
FEC 714 leads a special northward through New Smyrna Beach. No one really knows why the special ran today but speculation is it may have something to do with the proposed new passenger service tha... (more)
The first FEC train of 2012 was FEC 105 running in the middle of the day allowing for some good nose light photos. Here 105 is seen at NSB with a sweet CITX leader. Good way to start off 2012.
The second annual FEC Toys for Tots train with historic paint scheme FEC 714 departs New Smyrna Beach for points south.
The second annual FEC Toys for Tots train with historic paint scheme FEC 714 arrives in New Smyrna Beach in a lucky spell of sunshine. The was the first complete mainline trip of the 714 since rep... (more)
So what is a GE doing on FEC property other than visiting? This was part of nine ex-Ohio Central locomotives being stored for Progress Rail. This locomotive is wearing Alberta RailNet paint (sim... (more)
A cool breezy day finds FEC 101 rolling through New Smyrna Beach with three motors.
FEC 202 picks up a string of cars from New Smyrna Beach Yard.
FEC 202 pulls a long string of cars out of the yard to add to it's train for the journey to Jacksonville.
FEC 202 approaches the yard to make a pick up on a breezy afternoon. Today's 202 had two SD70M-2's
FEC 202 rolls northward through New Smyrna Beach heading for a meet with FEC 107 at Holly Hill. Today's 202 had dual classics FEC #'s 102 and 101 along with a mix of freight.
FEC 202 strolls into New Smyrna Beach yard to set out some rock for 910 to play with tomorrow. Just had enough light for this shot.
On a cooler day, FEC 202 with a colorful lashup lead by leaser #140 makes a stop at New Smyrna Beach to set up some gons loaded with rock. These loads will likely be delivered to local industries ... (more)