FEC 109 crosses a bridge which divides the city of Oakland Park from the City of Wilton Manors. The bridge, which was double tracked during the FEC passenger service era, will once again either be... (more)
The north local out of Ft Pierce returns home, splitting the signals at the north end of the double track. If you look closely, you can see the Intracoastal Waterway just above the locomotive.
The Northbound #920 scoots North over the Eau Gallie River with the former Milwaukee Road #186 on the point.
It's a beautiful morning, warming up nice while FEC 905 weaves through an industrial park in south Jacksonville.
In about a month or two a shot like this on 226 will likely be impossible as all 24 ES44's should be here and in service. But for now I enjoy GP40-3's on an intermodal train.
The Pineda Turn rolls north across the Cane Creek Trestle with a cut of rock hoppers on a quiet Monday morning. This section of the FEC is typically quiet during midday hours; locals such as this... (more)
The beautiful morning did not last long, just as the sun was fading due to ocean clouds blowing in, 224 rolls through the marsh. Sun angles will allow more shots up here soon.
With two blues, FEC 226 rolls into St. Augustine on the warm December morning. Once a common sight, catching two or three GP's on this train is somewhat uncommon.
FEC 226 lead by two GP40's (dash 3 leading a dash 2 for those who care) strolls across the San Sebastian River in the Nation's Oldest City on a humid morning. Views here may be altered soon as wha... (more)
This is an FEC 439 Special pulling a transformer for Specialized Rail Transport on a 158’ 41/4” long 20 axle 450 ton Depressed Deck Railcar. The total weight of this railcar and its load is 1,426,... (more)
This is Specialized Rail Transports 158’ 41/4” long 20 axle 450 ton Depressed Deck Railcar with a transformer destine for the Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant in Homestead, Fl. This was a special ... (more)
Special running the entire length of the railroad this day. Behind the motors & generator are FEC "Azalea", FEC "Saint Augustine", CSXT "New York" & CSXT "Georgia".
The President of the FEC decided to take some potential customers out for a spin on his railway today.
Special running the entire length of the railway this day. Behind the motors & generator are FEC "Azalea", FEC "Saint Augustine", CSXT "New York" & CSXT "Georgia".
FEC 224 slides through St.Augustine. My Jeep's neutral switch failed making this my photo location of the day until AAA showed up. At least I broke down trackside.