FEC 702 races south through the Pineda Siding with train 109 in tow.
FEC 702 is about a half mile north of the Pineda siding as it races south with train 109 towards Miami.
In what is now a thing of the past, a pair of FEC SD40-2's and a GP40-2 lead a Northbound Intermodal train through St. Augustine, FL. Three different paint schemes represented!
A pair of SD40's lead a typical massive 226 north towards Bowden through St. Augustine.
Special train FEC 900 arrives in Bunnell with a heavy load of two transformers.
A special FEC train, number 900 helped move a heavy load of two generators to the Bunnell Team Track. The train was bracketed by two SD40-2's 702 and 704.
FEC train 210 heads north through the infamous city of St. Augustine with a classic duo for power.
Here is the FEC 908 Special with the Saint Augustine and the Azalea business cars departing Fort Lauderdale after dropping off the officials from the Florida East Coast Railway and the Department ... (more)
This is FEC Train 908 Special with the Saint Augustine and the Azalea business cars in downtown Miami crossing Port Blvd just west of the Port of Miami on Dodge Island. On this train were official... (more)
FEC 226 rolls across the still waters of the San Sebastian River on a warm Sunday morning. Unusual to get two SD40-2's back to back on this train of late.
Never before available shot taking from the new US1 St. Augustine bridge.
This is another view now possible from the new bridge in St. Augustine. FEC 226 rounds the curve at high tide about an hour behind 224.
The lesser photographed side of the Turkey Creek bridge, and my favorite by far.
FEC 226 in the morning sun on a Sunday.