Florida East Coast 507, sporting the Hurricane Logo at Frontenac, FL on February 08, 1997.
FEC 905 with two motors heads back north through Bunnell. The two motor configuration is rare for 905 and gave me memories of FEC in the 1980's when that was common.
With only 8 left on the roster, getting a GP38-2 leading on FEC is a treat. Unfortunately, this one was recently repainted and running long hood forward... but the scenery makes up for it.
FEC 507 brings a train south into the Cocoa yard.
FEC ran a 141 right behind 101 today with UPS bound for Cocoa Beach. This was an unusual move word was the UPS was "hot" needing to get to it's destination rapidly. FEC delivers.
A local works south from the siding at Oak Hill, FL
FEC 507, in the new retro-blue paint scheme, races north towards Rockledge.
The single GP38-2 in charge of the Hall Turn passes the classic GRS searchlight signals protecting the south end of Pineda siding. 915's train has been dropped at the north end of the the siding ... (more)
The Hall Turn crew has just completed some switching work at Bonaventure and has reassembled their rather lengthy train on the FEC main. The consist includes a fair amount of intermodal traffic f... (more)
City Point local is zipping down to Old Cocoa Station from Frontenac, where these hot cars had been set out from a Jax train.
The new and improved FEC 507, which has been the City Point local power for many years now.
Retro BlueThe Hall Turn is southbound out of City Point Yard, heading for Bonaventure where the crew will work local industries before returning north. 507 wears the latest "retro blue... (more)
Florida East Coast 507, sporting the Hurricane logo, heads south from City Point towards the yard in Cocoa with a long string of cars.
City Point based local scooting south .
#915 has a lot of work to do before heading south on the main to work other industries.