The Florida East Coast Railway has long held the interest of railfans and casual observers alike because of their clean locomotives and immaculate right-of-way. Running fast long trains through a wet, palm-treed landscape makes for an exciting encounter with one of the country's premier regional railroads.
Florida East Coast Railway in Color covers this road from its transition from steam to diesel up until its present-day, much heralded return to its heritage "Champion" paint.
Contents:The Man and His Mission, pp. 3-5;FEC Steam Locomotive Acquisitions, pg. 6;FEC All-Time Diesel Roster Summary, pp. 6-7;1950s, pp. 8-29;1960s, pp. 30-45;1970s, pp. 46-61;1980s, pp. 62-75;1990s, pp. 76-81;2000's, pp. 82-110;Who Generates the Traffic?, pp. 111-114;Structures, pp. 115-119;Rolling Stock, pp. 120-128.
Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait size, Color images with captions.