Praise FEC, FEC 905 and EMD. Two FEC long time workhorses haul 905 toward Jax from New Smyrna Beach, LHF. Fun with 4's an 1's 441 and 411.
FEC 101 roars through Bunnell as tropical thundery rain rolls in with the train. The rainy season is in full swing here.
Rolling thru St. Augustine with tide rolling in. For visitors this is an easy train to catch usually shows between 7-9 am but can be much earlier on Sundays.
On a hot morning FEC 226 rolls into St. Augustine
Leaping across the Tomoka River FEC 226 with the regular LNG set and one extra GEVO
FEC 240 ran today... even though it is sunny, the Saharan Dust Layer was easily seen in the skies
A short 202 ran today out of New Smyrna Beach. Catching a GP38-2 leading on a mainline train here, or anywhere really these days is quite rare. Throwback to the 1980's when this was common.
FEC 202 ran today out of New Smyrna Beach passing through Bunnell.
FEC 226 on the first day of Summer. Shots work real well form here until about August if the train gets here before 0900. A lot has changed on the FEC but 226 is still a good train to get.
FEC 107 at St. Augustine. The light in the late spring and early summer works really well here.
The punctual and mighty FEC 107 rolls out of St. Augustine.
A different view of NASA 12 departing Bowden Yard with the first rocket booster train since May 27th 2010. This was also the first time in my memory of seeing UP run through power on the FEC,
Having dropped off the rocket cars at the small Cape Canaveral yard near Titusville for NASA, FEC 411 leads UP 7382 and UP 7527 north towards New Smyrna Beach. There the locomotives will pick up a... (more)
The road to space is a railroad, the first rocket booster train in about 10 years heads for the Cape. These are for Artemis flight test mission around the Moon.
FEC 226 at St. Augustine