FEC 432 races north towards the Pineda siding with train 915 in tow.
The engineer on FEC locomotive 510, waits in the Palm Bay siding for FEC rock train 336 to pass. Train 336 has left some rock cars on the main line for the engineer on locomotive 510 to pick up an... (more)
FEC Cocoa-based local 915 heads north for Cemex in Melbourne after picking up a cut of rock loads from the hind end of train 336 at Palm Bay.
The single GP40-2 in charge of FEC local 915 is in the process of running around its train at Palm Bay siding. The crew has had a busy morning switching industries and also doing a little ballast... (more)
FEC local 915 arrives at Bonaventure along a busy US 1 where some of the competition is also at work on a hot and humid Florida morning. The crew has a busy day ahead. Once their switching work ... (more)
FEC 507, in the new retro-blue paint scheme, races north towards Rockledge.
The single GP38-2 in charge of the Hall Turn passes the classic GRS searchlight signals protecting the south end of Pineda siding. 915's train has been dropped at the north end of the the siding ... (more)
The Hall Turn crew has just completed some switching work at Bonaventure and has reassembled their rather lengthy train on the FEC main. The consist includes a fair amount of intermodal traffic f... (more)
Retro BlueThe Hall Turn is southbound out of City Point Yard, heading for Bonaventure where the crew will work local industries before returning north. 507 wears the latest "retro blue... (more)
FEC 434 is northbound through Melbourne, Florida, as it heads towards the siding at Pineda, while summer thunderstorms begin to build.
Florida East Coast 507, sporting the Hurricane logo, heads south from City Point towards the yard in Cocoa with a long string of cars.
Local 915 returning to the yard in Cocoa.
Work train 915 heads north along U.S. Route 1