The 202 ran out of New Smyrna today
Adam Farence Photo
FEC 431 returns toward Fort Pierce Yard.
FEC 905 the day's work done, returns toward Bowden.
After a long days work, 905 heads for home.
The 905 swings back northward with the New Smyrna Beach haul and some extra help along with it.
FEC 905 with 431 this time heads north.
FEC 950-10 Cleared for Rio South with a destination of Fort Pierce.
More rail for the Virgin Trains USA project! Virgin Trains USA is now clearing land to Orlando and bringing in rail for the phase II of the Orlando to Miami train. It's happening folks!
FEC local 905 approaches Bayard where it will drop off box cars at Saddle Creek Logistics
FEC 905 rushes north with freight from New Smyrna Beach with two 2K Blues leading, a paint scheme becoming more scarce. Thunderstorms boil in the distance from a passing tropical system.
Two 2K blue older GP40-2's lead train 226 this morning. Very rarely seen on mainline trains these days.
On Christmas Train Day, FEC 226 gave us an early present with two 2K Blues leading. This was a common shot not long ago before the GE's. Waded into the river for this shot.
A nice treat on 226, a pair of GP40-2s as sole power on a road train. Since the acquisition of GE ES44C4 locomotives, GP40-2s are relegated to yard and local duties and may be trailing in road tr... (more)