FEC SD70M-2 100 (now P&W 4301) and FEC SD40-2 716 on northbound train 206, rolling across the San Sebastian River bridge at St. Augustine, Florida.
FEC train 206, with the FEC 104 leading, passes through St Augustine one week before being involved in a major wreck and ending up laying on its side in a woods.
FEC 206 crosses the San Sebastian River in the sea fog. The new Rail America motors are still in trailing mode due to an EMD software issue so at some point this type of lash up will be a thing of... (more)
FEC 206 crosses the tidewater on a chilly morning in January.
FEC 206 in St. Augustine.
FEC 206 at St. Augustine. It is unsual to see auto racks right behind the motors on this train.
FEC 206 twists through St. Augustine.
FEC 206 in Bunnell with an unusual motive power lash up including ex Susie Q SD70M. Thats Mandy waving at the crew.
FEC 206 lead by one of the last GP40's still in the older paint scheme crosses the river on a foggy morning. Today is my birthday!
An early running FEC 206 rolls across the incoming tide at St. Augustine.
One of FEC's beauties leads 206 nortbound across the tidewater in the Nation's Oldest City.
FEC 206 reflects in the tidewater. FEC 430 was the first Dynamic Break equipped engine purchased by the FEC in the mid 1980's. If you look REAL close you can find the moon.
FEC 206 reflected in the tidewater at St. Augustine
FEC 206 with three SD40-2's (usually gets a new motor and SD40-2) rolls across the tidewater at St. Augustine.