FEC 427 races north past the siding at Gifford, Florida with train FEC 920 in tow.
Florida East Coast Railway local train 916 passes south through Cocoa, FL adjacent to Brightline's new Cocoa Tunnel and start of the Orlando line. The 916 is a unique local train, carrying a mix o... (more)
Powered by a pair of brand new GE ES44C4s, Florida East Coast train 226-11 curves through St. Augustine, Florida, on January 12, 2015.
Surprise! The FEC ran their OCS for the 2nd time this year surprising many railfans.
A colorful lashup of 5 motors brings FEC train 103 south through Daytona Beach. The bottom 2 engines will eventually be dropped at New Smyrna Beach about 13 miles down the line
It's Tax Day and 814 leads the 202 thru the Nation's Oldest City.
The massive FEC 105 rolls through a nor'easter the first decent rain we have had for a while. The storm brought gales to the coast and about 2-3 inches of rain through the area.
Florida East Coast Railway work train AFW1 drops ballast on the south side of the Crane Creek bridge in Melbourne, FL. AFW1 is dedicated to work related to the double tracking of the FEC as part o... (more)
FEC's 101 rolls into Boca Raton bound for Miami. The symbol change about two years ago this once was 121.
336 was the third of three FEC trains in a row to cross the St. Lucie River on this fine spring morning. GP40-2 429 was an unexpected, pleasant surprise on the head end and broke up what would ha... (more)
FEC 101 was the second of three trains to cross the St, Lucie River in relatively quick succession on a fine Florida morning. An extra GEVO was present in the consist. It was not ckear if it was... (more)
Occasionally the GE dominated FEC railway will throw a surprise at you.
FEC train 210 hustles north through St Augustine shortly after sunrise with the typical GE+LNG power set, moving over two miles of freight from Miami to Jacksonville.
The 105 sneaks past MOW crews in Bunnell
The 105 was a monster today with 13,000 feet of train plus and extra motor thrown in. Quite warm with a temp near 90F.