FEC 109 makes their way southbound through CP Deerfield on the Florida East Coast mainline.
FEC 808 leads the FEC train109 across the long Sebastian River bridge. A temporary bridge for the large cranes has been built of the far side of the railroad bridge so that the second main line b... (more)
FEC 808 leads train FEC 109 over the Turkey Creek bridge in Palm Bay, Florida. Work has just started in this area to build a temporary bridge to hold a large crane to help in the construction of ... (more)
Cement truck damages bridge
A few days ago, an eastbound cement truck tried to go under the Florida East Coast Railroad Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne. The result was not ... (more)
FEC 109 ran a bit late today giving us a rare daylight view of this train. There are rumored schedule changes soon, stay tuned
FEC 808, LNG tender FEC 303, and FEC 821 lead train FEC 109 south across the Sebastian River bridge as work continues on building the second bridge for the upcoming Brightline passenger service be... (more)
FEC 101 hustles train FEC 109 south through Rockledge, Florida.
FEC 716 leads train FEC 109 south past the signal at MP 188.6 in Melbourne, Florida.
FEC train 210, led by FEC 715 and FEC 720, lead FEC train 109 down the main line while FEC train 210 sits in the Palm Bay siding. In the distance, a winter storm is approaching Melbourne, Florid... (more)
After meeting FEC train 210, FEC 710 and FEC 419 lead a long string of Crowley containers on FEC train 109 out of the Palm Bay siding a few days after Thanksgiving.
FEC 719 and FEC 702 lead train FEC 109 south towards Miami.
FEC 809, FEC 802, and FEC 439 lead FEC train 109 south across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown, Melbourne, Florida. This bridge is now being replaced with a new double track bridge in preparati... (more)
FEC 811 and FEC 822 roll down the Palm Bay siding with a solid set of loaded NS coal cars as it meets the northbound FEC 210 doublestack train.
FEC Train 109 with FEC 811 leading passes FEC Train 210 with FEC 800 leading at the North end of the Pineda Siding.
FEC 109 making a rare daytime appearance on the north end of the railway, bringing two motors to be dropped off at New Smyrna Beach.