The first train in daylight is 230 with the typical anything on FEC the roster power, today twin little champs. Update 8/13/2018 this and 129 have been abolished.
FEC 230 rumbles over the tidewater. This train can have anything on the FEC roster for power. The 230 / 129 was abolished 8/11/2018.
FEC 230 rumbles across the marshland. Today 230 was ahead of both 218 & 226 and continues to bring "anything on the FEC roster" power. 230 no longer runs.
Sometimes 230 runs with standard power, but it still looks good going over the Tomoka. The 230 no longer runs.
The FEC 230 train rumbles through St. Augustine with the usual crazy lashup. Unfortunately, FEC has abolished this and it's counterpart 129, so 230 no longer runs.
Sometimes FEC 230 will look like a throwback to 2012...However the 230 no longer runs.
The one that started the Champion fleet leads "the train to get" FEC 230. The 230 can bring any lashup imaginable on the FEC. 230 no longer runs.
Retro Blues lead NB Florida East Coast train 230 into the morning sun in Saint Augustine, Florida. The brilliant blue is a striking contrast to the Yellow and Red Champion paint scheme that most o... (more)
FEC train 230 rolls into St. Augustine with famous FEC 714 in lead with a Susan Komen motor. This train no longer runs.
FEC 230 wanders through with some extra motors from New Smyrna Beach. The fog had literally just lifted as the train arrived, you can see it hovering over the tree tops.
FEC 230 winds through St. Augustine with an interesting consist. Trains 129/230 ran between Jax and Ft. Pierce making selected stops along the way. They no longer run.
New train, FEC 129/230 now makes the trip from Jax to Ft. Pierce and back. Some days it would run late. However now, this train no longer runs.