The 101 rolls out of Bunnell, a little early today.
FEC ran a 240 to help catch from the holidays as the FEC took New Years off and the rest of railroad land kept running. This made for a good shot in proper light in the pm. 4th train of the day.
FEC 141 starts off 2020. As typical they let an extra fly in the morning followed by 2 more trains and the local.
The mighty 800 leads a LNG set through St. Augustine at the site of where the original station was in the 1800's.
Florida East Coast Train 226 rolls through St. Augustine on a cool but beautiful morning.
FEC 226 races across the still waters of the Tomoka. For those wanting this shot, it only works in the summer months, 226 usually gets here between 7:30 and 8:30 am.
It is a warm last day of March as 101 roars into town lead by 800 the one that lead the GEVO revolution on the FEC. You can see the entire train in this image.
FEC 226 with an unusual lash up showing off the new FEC containers.
FEC 226 crosses the tidewater. Some brush clearing here had opened up a few new angles of what is likely the most photographed bridge on the FEC.
A well manicured LNG set hustles train 202-18 north into Fort Lauderdale.
Florida East Coast mixed train 240 heads north through Bunnell, FL with GECX 3000 LNG demo unit trailing.
A foggy morning finds 226 lead by the mighty 800 through St. Augustine.
The original LNG set rushes 101 through Colfax
GEVO’s 800 & 3000 cross Cypress Creek whilst working FEC121-18, 19 July 2017