First train after Tropical Storm Isaias, the sun starts to shine on 141 as the storm pulls away. Two LNG sets 12k ft of train.
Through the uncertain cloud filled sky, a ray of light which is fitting for the times we live in. Trains are critical now as they keep the needed supplies moving, regardless of COVID 19.
The 2nd of a three train parade in St. Augustine this morning.
FEC 101-29 screams southbound over Spruce Creek just north of New Smyrna Beach.
The 802 leads a double LNG set across the tidewater in the Nations Oldest City.
On Boxing day, the FEC starts moving boxes once again.
FEC 101 giving Santa a hand.
FEC 101 rolls through with one of the "going places in Florida" motors, one of the very few of these left.
FEC 101 kicks up some dust from MOW work as it leaves Bunnell. For Shelley a dancer friend from Tampa who passed on about the time I took this photo.
FEC 226 is our third train this morning.
FEC ran what was likely a PTC test train today consisting of a lone LNG set.
A Florida East Coast GEVO and LNG fuel tender await pickup by CSX from GE Transportation's Erie Plant.Locomotives:FEC 802 ES44C4
An FEC dual fuel GEVO and LNG fuel tender sit on the GE Transportation interchange with CSX awaiting pickup and then delivery to Florida after spending time at GE's Erie Plant for testing of the L... (more)
FEC’s Train 109 in North Miami at the Little River Wye.