FEC GP40-2s 429 and 413 idle away, waiting an assignment at Fort Lauderdale.
FEC ran yet another extra. It appears that the FEC has gone back to the 2KBlue scheme as this was a recent repaint.
Two of FEC's original workhorses tote 226 across the waters of the Tomoka on this humid morning. The 411 - 429 was the top and bottom of the first -2's on the FEC back in the 80's.
Railpictures.net contributor Maryann Norvik waves at 224 after getting her pictures. Shots on the north side of the track only work in late s... (more)
FEC 224 with the 2000 back in 2008. This was the last trip on the main before being sidelined till 2010 due to obvious mechanical problems that actually developed on this trip.
A short FEC empty rock train heads south back to the quarries after originating in Fort Pierce.
FEC 224 greets the morning sun on National Train Day, rolling through St. Augustine. It is the time of year when shots north of the tracks are possible. FEC 429 was the newest motor on the propert... (more)
FEC 905 trundles down the Wilbur Wright lead once upon a time this was the FEC Mainline. The original FEC route in this part of Florida was a patchwork of railroads that Henry Flagler connected to... (more)
FEC 224 sweeps over the San Sebastian River with what was one time the newest motor on the railway. FEC #429 was for a period of time in the early 1980's the newest locomotive on the roster. That ... (more)
Dedicated to Annette a friend who passed on in the early morning hours of the next day. She loved my train pictures and looked forward to the new ones all the time.
FEC 240 backs onto the old main line, the first time I can remember a passenger train on this line in many years.
AARPCO special arrives in the Nation's Oldest City.
Passengers tour St. Augustine and railfans got a close-up look at the private cars while it stopped.
Private passenger cars head back north