The oldest motor in the fleet rides solo toward New Smyrna Beach.
After Irma The FEC gets into the swing of things on the 2nd day of operations with a fleet of southbound extras include the 900.
905 roars south enroute to Saint Augustine to work the old Palatka Branch.
905 does work around the industrial park.
The northbound Pineda Turn rolls across the Eau Gallie River trestle with loaded rock hoppers for CEMEX in Melbourne. The train will eventually return south to Fort Pierce after swapping loads fo... (more)
FEC 411 leads 905 through South End Magnolia has it heads back Bowden yard.
A very nice classic lashup of power on the FEC, these two four axles handle this intermodal with ease north towards FEC Bowden Yard.
Classic Florida East Coast. Two GP40-2s lead FEC intermodal train 226 through historic St. Augustine, Florida on it's way north to Jacksonville.
FEC 905 rumbles into Colfax right behind the 101.
Local 930 heads down the K Branch to get a refill of orange juice.
After a stormy week the weather begins to break and just at the right time some sun shines on 226. Rainfall totals of 9-14 inches have swollen the bay even at low tide.
Myself and Railpictures.net contributor Maryann Norvik were guests aboard an FEC special today. Taken with permission.