FEC 202 (former 226) rolls across the tidewater in the Nations oldest city.
Next in the three train adventure was 202 running on time through St, Augustine.
FEC 202 leans into a curve near Port Salerno, FL on their way north toward Ft. Pierce, New Smyrna Beach and later Bowden Yard in Jacksonville, FL.
FEC 202 roars northward over the river.
FEC 208 rumbles across the tidwater
Last up in the 3 train inside of an hour parade is the 202.
An early 202 creates a rare chance to shoot a NB here in good light. Rumored schedule changes may make this routine again.
FEC 103 and leased CITX 142 bring the FEC train 202 north through Palm Bay, Florida.
CITX 142 waits in the Palm Bay siding while a thunderstorm moves east over the Atlantic.
FEC 711 and FEC 715 lead the northbound train FEC 202 up the Palm Bay siding, where it will wait to meet the southbound FEC 101 hotshot.
The rain is still falling on FEC 107 as a severe thunderstorm moves out over the Atlantic. The East Coast Hogger doesn't seem to mind getting a little wet as he waits to do a roll bye inspection ... (more)
FEC 101 leads FEC 714, which is painted in the new Champion paint scheme, north through the Palm Bay siding.
FEC 202 about 10 hours late which is exceptionally rare for the the railway that runs like a Swiss watch. But made for rare photo op.
FEC 820 and FEC 812 lead the northbound FEC 202 train across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne.
The 202 ran out of New Smyrna today