For a Cure FEC 905 brought a surprise being lead by Susan Komen liveried 436, painted in support of the breast cancer research organization.
Resting on a sunny Saturday afternoon, FEC 436 sits on the Motiva lead in Port Everglades. This was an unexpected find because there were three other Geeps tied down in the Ft. Lauderdale Yard pro... (more)
FEC 905 with a bit of an odd lashup today.
FEC 900 rests ready for Family Days.
FEC Family Days special with the newly repainted "St. Augustine" now in Champion Colors, top and tailed by Susan Komen.
A new scheme now is that FEC 905 brings cars from NSB to Jax on Fridays. Makes the Bunnell northbound shot easier to get.
Running long hood forward, FEC 436, with the special Breast Cancer Awareness paint scheme, heads south towards Fort Pierce with rock and intermodal cars in tow.
FEC 436, with the special Breast Cancer Awareness paint scheme, rolls north across the Crane Creek bridge near downtown Melbourne.
FEC 436 one of the two Susan Komen motors slows at Colfax to work a local industry. FEC 905 was pretty early today.
Susan Komen engine in support of Breast Cancer awareness
The FEC rolls out it's paint scheme for Breast Cancer Awareness. The two units were unveiled at a special media event earlier. To the right power for 101 and FEC's biz cars are readied.
The FEC rolls out it's paint scheme for Breast Cancer Awareness, taken immediately after a special ceremony unveiling this units.
Rolling past Yachts worth more than my house, train 123 delivers the goods that keep Florida in business.
FEC 224 sweeps around the sharpest curve on the FEC mainline with the usual UPS trailers and Crowely containers in it's consist.