During this era, train 109 often originated at Ft Pierce and was all empty aggregate, cement & sulphuric acid returning to the plant at Medley.
FEC 428 shoves a cut of empty ethonal tanks and a cut of 48' wells containing New Fortress Energy LNG tanks into east storage.
Movements of Fortress LNG Tanks
Work train FEC 415 rolls into Bunnell. Work trains are somewhat common as the FEC strives to keep it's ROW in top shape.
A view from when the FEC wasn't quite as interesting with fans, minus today's Champion scheme and other intricacies. Although, this day was quite interesting, as it marked Day 1 of a long drawn-o... (more)
FEC work train passing in front of what will become the tunnel under the taxiways adjacent to the new southern runway of Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
FEC 428 brings a transfer south across the Jax bridge while the CSX corporate offices loom in the background.
Southbound local out of Ft. Pierce crosses the St. Lucie River in Stuart.
FEC train 109 heads south across the bridge at Stuart with rock empties from Fort Pierce. A single engine has the train in hand today with traffic being light due to the holidays.
The tide is high, 224 is rolling on... on a humid steamy morning FEC 224 crosses the tidewater in St. Augustine. Dual GP40's on 224 & 123 are a thing of the past...for now.
FEC train 920 heads north across the Crane Creek Bridge with a long string of rock cars.
FEC 240 wanders through St. Augustine at first light.
FEC 428 returns to Fort Pierce with a short train of ortners. After driving hundreds of miles this would be the ONLY train I would shoot that day, has to rank among the top worst railfanning days ... (more)