FEC 101 scoots through the thick woods on the edge of Palm Coast. This shot really only works early fall or late spring.
The daily FEC train 222 lumbers out of Miami dodging VTUS services heading north for Jax.
FEC 222 starts it's northward journey out of Miami.
FEC 226 roars northward through Bunnell on a warm humid morning. The 226 train runs daily from Miami to Jax and is a pretty reliable target for rail photographers on the north end of the FEC.
804, 808 & 431 pass Jupiter whilst working FEC 109 from Bowden to Hialeah
FEC 101 thunders into Dorena with a friendly wave from David Shelley the famous "East Coast Hogger".
A photo that, for me, epitomizes the Florida East Coast Railroad.
FEC 228 was about 12 hours late today as the FEC struggled with curfews down south. This was the last day of bridge work in Ft. Lauderdale, schedules should normalize now.
FEC 101 swings through with the 2nd LNG set on the railway
FEC 226 rolls across the high water in St. Augustine with one of the LNG sets. The oxidation of the rails from them being submerged in Matthew the month before is still evident.
FEC 101 thunders out of Dorena approaching Bunnell
FEC 101 with #804 leading. The 804 was the first ES44C4 to ever lead an FEC train back on 11/21/2014.
FEC 226 in St. Augustine, a mix of GE and EMD power.