The FEC RY station at Cocoa-Rockledge still stands and is likely to be refurbished as the northern most point on the new passenger route, beyond this station the route turns west for Orlando.
Florida East Coast streamliner 'Henry Flagler' would be right at home on 110 mph track, for all of the talk about HrSR, many American's don't know we had it and threw it away.
It was an overcast gloomy afternoon when the last FEC RY passenger train pulled into Jacksonville Terminal. MJ's Robert Mann was the last revenue passenger in history to step off an FEC RY train.
The northbound train is caught refueling in New Smyrna Beach from the rear door of the southbound FEC passenger train.
Did the Florida East Coast wink and signal it's intentions when it recently rolled out locomotive 714 in the passenger train colors of 1955?