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The Florida East Coast Railway (reporting mark FEC) is a Class II railroad operating in the U.S. state of Florida, currently owned by Grupo México. The FEC was historically a Class I railroad owned by Florida East Coast Industries (FECI) from 2000 to 2016, FOXX Holdings between 1983 and 2000, and the St. Joseph Paper Company prior to 1983. Today the company's primary rail revenues come from its intermodal and rock trains. In January 2018, passenger rail service Brightline began using FEC tracks for its route from West Palm Beach to Miami with a stop at Fort Lauderdale.

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  • Le Florida East Coast Railway (sigle AAR : FEC) est un chemin de fer de classe II opérant dans l'État de Floride, après avoir été un chemin de fer américain de classe I.
  • A Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) é uma ferrovia de classe operacional II situada no estado norte-americano da Flórida, tendo sido no passado, uma ferrovia de Classe I. Construída principalmente no final do século XIX e na primeira década do século XX, a FEC foi um projeto de , então diretor da Standard Oil. Flagler originalmente visitou a Flórida para buscar auxílio para os problemas de saúde enfrentados por sua primeira esposa, Mary. Ele então percebeu a falta de serviços e o grande potencial da região durante a sua estadia em St. Augustine. Em seguida, ele começou o que equivalia a sua segunda carreira desenvolver resorts, indústrias e comunidades ao longo de toda a costa da Flórida, beirando o Oceano Atlântico.
  • Die Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) ist eine seit 1895 bestehende US-amerikanische Class 2 Eisenbahngesellschaft in Florida. Die Florida East Coast Railway trug wesentlich zur touristischen und wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung des Bundesstaates bei.
  • The Florida East Coast Railway (reporting mark FEC) is a Class II railroad operating in the U.S. state of Florida, currently owned by Grupo México. The FEC was historically a Class I railroad owned by Florida East Coast Industries (FECI) from 2000 to 2016, FOXX Holdings between 1983 and 2000, and the St. Joseph Paper Company prior to 1983. Today the company's primary rail revenues come from its intermodal and rock trains. In January 2018, passenger rail service Brightline began using FEC tracks for its route from West Palm Beach to Miami with a stop at Fort Lauderdale.
  • De Florida East Coast Railway (reporting mark FEC) is een Amerikaanse class II railroad spoorwegmaatschappij, opgericht in 1885. De onderneming heeft een cruciale rol gespeeld in de ontwikkeling van de staat Florida op het grondgebied waarvan het spoorwegnetwerk is gelegen. In de moderne tijd zijn de belangrijkste inkomsten van het bedrijf afkomstig van intermodale treinen (containervervoer) en rocktreinen (vervoer van kalksteen).
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