The Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Blue Unit heads north across the St. Lucie River in Stuart, Florida.
FEC 101 on a very chilly day. What a shock, yesterday 85, today just barely 60. The FEC was busy today running 101, 105 and a 117 as well as 107. FEC #104 is the only FEC SD70M-2 without a logo on... (more)
FEC 101 on a cool day.
FEC 101 running a bit early today hustles important goodies toward south Florida on a 80 degree day.
FEC 101 slides through New Smyrna Beach with three motors a bit unusual but 101 has been getting three engines off and on for about a week now.
FEC 101 with an unusual lashup of an SD70M-2 and two GP40-2's.
FEC 101 rolls through the south end of Dorena just north of Bunnell as thunderstorms close in from the north in the distance. The FEC 104 is the only SD70M-2 locomotive that does not have a logo ... (more)
FEC 202 slices through the golf course on a tropical breezy evening in Daytona Beach. Today;s 202 was nothing more than a baretable move the entire train had empty intermodal flats a bit unusual.
FEC 107 with East Coast Hogger, Dave Shelley at the throttle swings through St. Augustine on the way to Miami with a string of auto racks. Behind the racks, stacks and pigs. FEC locomotive 104 is ... (more)
FEC 107 rolls across the San Sebastian River rarely seen from this side. Today's 107 had two matching RA units but alas the FEC has switched things around again, some trains now getting SD70 - SD4... (more)
Florida East Coast Railway's SD70M-2 fleet spent the month of March paired up, but as April gets underway, the pairs are being split up. 104/105 slipped out of Bowden for another trip south toget... (more)
operating at 30mph due to an EOT communication loss, I was able to pace train 226 north along US 1 towards Jacksonville
Absolute first rays of sun, for sure. This duo will come back towards sunset on #107.