FEC 336 rolls across the Eau Gallie River trestle in early morning light with a "Champ" SD40-2 in the lead. The crew has just finished setting off a cut of rock cars at Palm Bay siding ... (more)
The old and the new. Pacing the FEC 336 rock train as it rolls north through Gifford towards City Point. The FEC 713 has recently been painted in the new Champion Heritage paint scheme, whi... (more)
A friendly wave from the engineer of FEC 719 as it leads 704 and rock train 336 across the Crane Creek bridge, next to Depot Avenue.
It is a beautiful morning as FEC rock train 336 heads north over the Crane Creek bridge.
Even though FEC 719 is in need of a new paint job, it still has no problem pulling loaded rock train 336 towards City Point.
FEC train 336 heads north across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne, Florida.
FEC train 336 rolls north across the Eau Gallie River bridge.
The relief crew has arrived to take the loaded rock train FEC 336 north to the rock processing facility at City Point.
FEC 709 and 702 are racing north as they pull 158 loaded hopper cars full of rock to the City Point processing plant.
After what seems like months of overcast skies and thunderstorms, Florida returns to being the Sunshine State as FEC rock train 336 rolls across the Crane Creek Bridge.
FEC 336 after it's overnight arrival from the limerock mines of Miami. Limerock is used in the making of cement, pavement, cinderblocks and other construction materials. FEC runs a dedicated overn... (more)
Unloaded rock train waiting for mess from Wilma to be cleared up.