The 202 ran out of New Smyrna today
Florida East Coast Railway train 202 heads across the Crane Creek Bridge in Melbourne, FL. This view will change dramatically in the near future as the bridge will be replaced as part of the Virgi... (more)
FEC 202 dropping off rock at New Smyrna Beach. After the drop they would wait for 107 before heading north.
An early 202 arrives at New Smyrna Beach to set out some rock loads from SoFlo. The earlier run allowed for some daylight photos here.
FEC 202 ran a little bit early today allowing for some daylight shots up at the north end of the railroad today.
A short 202 ran today out of New Smyrna Beach. Catching a GP38-2 leading on a mainline train here, or anywhere really these days is quite rare. Throwback to the 1980's when this was common.
FEC 202 ran today out of New Smyrna Beach passing through Bunnell.
FEC 716 has taken the Palm Bay siding as the southbound FEC 101 trains heads towards Miami.
FEC 439, FEC 438, and FEC 414 lead the northbound train 202 through the Palm Bay siding. It wasn't too often that a solid set of GP40-2s would be the power on a FEC train, so it was a real treat ... (more)
Northbound train FEC 202 has plenty of power to pull this 140 car, 10,300 foot long train to Jacksonville. To see 5 locomotives on a FEC train is rare, and to see five different paint schemes is a... (more)
The Sunday version of 202 roars out of New Smyrna
Mr. ECH, the "East Coast Hogger", give me a friendly wave as FEC 714, with the new Champion paint scheme, heads north through the Palm Bay siding.
Florida East Coast 714 shows off the new "Champion" paint scheme as it sits in the siding while the southbound FEC 101 train heads for Miami.
FEC 107 and FEC 103 sit in the Palm Bay siding with train 202 as the southbound FEC train 101 races past. A summer thunderstorm is clearing out towards the Atlantic, with just a light rain fallin... (more)
FEC 202 prepares to depart the yard.