Photo By: Kevin Morgan

Does this paint scheme look a little bit familiar? I'm guessing yes! Florida East Coast acquired 16 SD40-2's from Union Pacific. They took "Union Pacific" off the long hood and the shield off the nose and replaced them with "Florida East Coast" and their logo, respectively. Here, one such SD40-2 is being moved around by hostelers in Bowden Yard.
Email Questions or Comments to the Webmaster.
User Comments (3)

Posted By Dave Hastings On Tuesday, November 30, 2010 At 7:02:31 PM (PT)

They actually acquired 22. 701 thru 720 got regular Florida East Coast and 721 & 722 were painted up and got FEC by the numbers, and shipped off to NECR. They tried out numerous engines and settled on the 20 best.  
As to the flag, they all have them, as do the SD70M-2s and GP40, -2 -3 s that got repainted in the current scheme.

Posted By Nick On Tuesday, November 30, 2010 At 2:56:01 PM (PT)

They're on all of FEC's locomotives.

Posted By Steve Walden On Tuesday, November 30, 2010 At 2:48:53 PM (PT)

Any idea if the US flag is an FEC thing or just a patriotic employee? I mean, does FEC do this on other locos?

Add Comment ]

Tuesday, November 23, 2010 at 3:11:33 PM
image date

Location Information
City or County and State
Jacksonville, FL

Yard Shots

Milepost or Control Point
Bowden Yard

Train Information
Florida East Coast
Unit Number
FEC 715

Photo Information
Camera Make/Model
Canon / Canon EOS 40D
Did Not Fire

Focal Length
85 mm
1/200 seconds

Check out on Facebook Email Subscription
To receive updates made to via Email, Click Here.

The D&RGW Site Ring
This site owned by: Kevin Morgan
Add Your Site

SiteRing by

SiteRing by

All content 2000,2018 by Kevin Morgan, except where noted. Please do not use any material from this site without permission. Thank You.