FEC 210 comes north with some unusual power for a thru train. FEC 434 is the last GP40-2 ever built and the 436 is For a Cure representing Susan Komen Foundation.
An FEC rail train at Colfax FEC 434 was the last GP40-2 built by EMD
The Last GP40-2 ever built on the planet leads today's 905.
FEC 434 the last GP40-2 ever built delivers one car south.
FEC servicing a cement plant
FEC services a cement plant.
The Last One The last GP40-2 ever built leads 905 on a wet unsettled afternoon. The tropical rainy season got off to an early start this year, rain every day now for a week.
Retro Blues lead NB Florida East Coast train 230 into the morning sun in Saint Augustine, Florida. The brilliant blue is a striking contrast to the Yellow and Red Champion paint scheme that most o... (more)
The Last One! FEC 434 is the very last GP40-2 ever built.
FEC 434, the last GP40-2 to ever roll out of EMD rests at Ft Lauderdale on a cool November weekend afternoon.
FEC 434 is northbound through Melbourne, Florida, as it heads towards the siding at Pineda, while summer thunderstorms begin to build.
FEC Job 10 pulls some empty flats back to Bowden Yard.
FEC 226 lead by the last GP40-2 ever built sweeps around a curve in St. Augustine on a very warm day. It is nice to see the last GP40-2 ever built by EMD still working hard for the FEC on the main... (more)
View from retired PRR steam engineer Don Blaum's condo overlooking the Manatee River and CSX bridge.
Picture of Don Blaum in his PRR cap, retired fireman and engineer, spinning yarns about his adventures operating J Class steam in the good old days, from his condo overlooking the Manatee River.