Thankful that this GE dominated railroad ran a 105 with three GP40-2's. Fun fact. all three worked on 905 this week.
FEC 905 heads back north after working industries in Daytona Beach.
One of FEC's old warriors roars past Mr. Belle's hard working MOW crews waiting for 905 to clear to get some track time.
FEC 915-26 goes about its switching duties for the day at the New Smyrna Beach Yard.
FEC 413 sits on a spur track near the diesel service area in Bowden Yard. Photo taken with permission.
Very unusual in two aspects, odd lashup of power and running 8 hours late. It did make for a good birthday present, though I hate for the trains to be late, which is very rare on the FEC.
The blue hour, FEC style... with the red channel marker lights reflecting off second generation locomotives. This is extra train 242, running from Miami to Jacksonville with exactly 100 wells & 7... (more)
Northbound FEC intermodal train approaching Jacksonville
The 905 road switcher hustles out of Bowden Yard to begin their days work south of town.
FEC 905 sporting one of the new Retro Blues slows to work an industry at Colfax.
It's a cool breezy morning in St. Augustine as FE 224 winds through the curves.
A work extra with ballast heads south through Bunnell. Could be bound for a number of projects the FEC is working on.