The last 224 for a while as trains 123, 224, 111 & 212 have been abolished due to a downturn in business. Several other trains will be shuffled around to take up the slack.
FEC 224 rolls through St. Augustine on a warm morning.
FEC 224 is spotted in Bunnell Florida on a shot that only works right near the summer solstice.
Memorial Day morning FEC 224 turned up with a string of Tropicana cars in tow. Pretty rare matter of fact I think this was the first time I had seen them on 224.
FEC 224 with a bit of a surprise....4 ES44's leading this train today.
FEC 224 in St. Augustine on a cool breezy morning. FEC 224 can be tough to get many times through here at or before sunrise.
A massive FEC 224 rolls through St. Augustine on a very warm, humid and just downright muggy morning. This train can sometimes be tough to get these days due to early arrivals.
FEC 224 slinks across the famous bridge in St. Augustine in this different view.
FEC 224 was a bit late making for an awesome shot across the tidal marshes of St. Augustine.
My husband waves at 224 after getting his pictures.
Glorious Light shown down upon FEC 224 at the exact right moment to capture this image. Sometimes things just work out right...
The 224 was unusually late this morning due to a bad order car. That gave us 224 and then 226 about 10 minutes behind him on a breezy morning in St. Augustine.
A now rare leader of a a through freight, FEC 711 leads 224 on an unsettled morning in northeast Florida. Once the norm, now exceptionally rare to get EMD's on a thru freight.
FEC 224 reflects off the tidewater on a mild morning in St. Augustine. 224 is always recognizable with Crowley containers and usually the power is back to back.