A short FEC 109 heads across the Saint Lucie River on its way to Hialeah.
The "never know what it will have" 228 train.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell with a 100 year old home in the background.
808 & 823 cross Cypress Creek whilst hauling a late running FEC121-26
FEC 808 leads 101 on the 18th of February with temps in the mid 80's.
Running without an LNG gas car, 808 & 805 cross Ormond Creek whilst working FEC226-05, 2300 Hialeah - Bowden, 6 July 2018
A pair of GEVOs with a liquified natural gas tender bask in the morning light, giving a good view of both vehicular and railroad drawbridges over the St Lucie River.
Rumbling through St. Augustine, Florida East Coast Railway's train 101 rounds the bend prior to crossing over the San Sebastian River.
FEC 101 with an LNG set rushes into Colfax.
FEC 101 departs Sunbeam for Miami with a matching set of engines and LNG tank.
FEC 210 has been running earlier these day, seen here with the LNG tender. A contrast from 226 that had an EMD lashup.
FEC 101 rolls into New Smyrna Beach with one of the LNG sets. I ran up the bridge for this shot collecting about 4.7 billion sand spurs which took me 20 minutes to pull off me later.
FEC 101 with coal once again which is fairly rare. The coal goes to a cement plant in Miami and usually comes once a month.
FEC 101 competes with the rumbles of the bikers on nearby US 1 (on the other side of the trees.) on Bikeweek.
FEC 101 with three motors rolls through on a cool and windy afternoon. As said many times before FEC 434 is the last GP40-2 ever built on the planet.