FEC 222 makes their way north past the Fort Lauderdale International Airport on a beautiful Florida evening.
FEC continues to recover from the disruption brought on by Hurricane Dorian. Here normally nocturnal 222 crosses the tidewater.
The daily FEC train 222 lumbers out of Miami dodging VTUS services heading north for Jax.
FEC 222 starts it's northward journey out of Miami.
A rare late running 222 rolls thru St. Augustine at first light the first of a 4 train parade. The 222 is usually through here before sunrise though sometimes can be late.
FEC train 222 passes a FEC GP38-2 wearing the "Going Places" logo in Fort Lauderdale. It is safe to say that the FEC is "Going Places," with the the new Fort Lauderdale ICTF at Port Everglades now... (more)
My first trains after my surgery. I was glad to be out again.
FEC 222 running usually late rolls into the Nation's oldest city.
A very close lightning bolt from a severe thunderstorm lashes the Melbourne area as the dispatcher has turned on the signal at MP 188.6 for the northbound FEC train 222.
It's a fantastic mild morning in the Nation's Oldest City as a late 222 makes an appearance over the river. Tropicana cars behind the motors
FEC 804 leading a very long monster train, on its way to Jacksonville. Long line of Tropicana and Ethanol tanks following along.
FEC 222 running usually late, rumbles through St. Augustine with a long string of Tropicana cars to start off. This is the site of the first railway station in St. Augustine.
A very late FEC 222 wanders into St. Augustine making for a rare opportunity to get this train in daylight. Usually passing through hours before sunrise on the normally on time FEC.
The rain has stopped and a severe thunderstorm has moved out over the Atlantic as Florida East Coast train 222 races north through the Airport Road crossing near the Titusville Autoramp. As the e... (more)