Sometimes FEC 230 will look like a throwback to 2012...However the 230 no longer runs.
One of the last active yellow SD40-2s on FEC leads the new 292 rock train north through Ft Lauderdale.
With a lined path of beautiful Florida Palm Trees, the Florida East Coast Railroad's "Port Job" is inbound to the Port of Miami Terminal as they deliver a small load of containers and fl... (more)
Exceptionally rare, was surprised to see a solid EMD lashup on FEC 101.
An image that could have been 5-10 years ago recreates it's self with FEC 240 running with one of the ex UP SD40-2's.
SD40-2's with a GP40-2 lug 226 across the marshes. No more SD40-2's will be repainted into the Champion scheme due to the expected arrival of the GEVO's that will sideline these motors.
A rainbow of FEC paint schemes greats this beautiful morning. It is likely that scenes like will change with the coming of the GE's.
On a lower 60's afternoon, FEC 101 slams through Colfax with trio of SD40-2's. Rumors are flying that new GE power is coming to the FEC. If so, some of these motors may be sidelined.
It's a cool "Black Friday" morning in St. Augustine. Even with the new US 1 bridge, for those who wish, the classic low level shot is still doable here.
Trick or Treat! The treat was the CITX unit being 3rd out, which most times SD70M-2's lead.
A pair of veteran SD40-2s lead NB FEC train 202 across the St. Lucie River as fisherman cast a line for the next catch.
FEC 226 preforms the "feats of strength" on Festivus, crossing the San Sebastian River in St. Augustine.
FEC 226 reflects the tidewater in the San Sebastian River on this mild morning. This is a new view made possible by the reconstructed US 1 bridge shot from underneath.
December in Florida and it's 70 degrees already this morning. FEC 226 approaches the tidewater in the Nation's Oldest City.
Once or twice a year the NS Geometry train makes an appearance. The FEC always has been a top notch operation and looking after it's infrastructure has always been a priority.