Florida East Coast Railway
The Florida East Coast Railway was and still is a railroad in the east part of Florida. Lines operated by it should be tagged operator=FEC; lines formerly operated by it or a subsidiary should be tagged old_railway_operator=FEC in addition to railway=rail (if still in use) or railway=abandoned.
See Wikipedia:WikiProject Trains/ICC valuations/Florida East Coast Railway for a chronology (which may have some errors) of lines constructed by the FEC and predecessors, compiled by the Interstate Commerce Commission in 1916.
Below is a list (roughly complete) of current and former FEC lines, with mapping status.
|Jacksonville||Key West||complete||still in use from Jacksonville to Miami|
|Moultrie Junction||Bunnell||complete||via East Palatka; still in use near the north end|
|East Palatka||Rollestown||abandoned very early|
|San Mateo Junction||San Mateo||complete|
|Ormond Station||Ormond Beach||complete|
|New Smyrna||Blue Spring||complete|
|New Smyrna||Marcy||complete||via Okeechobee|
|Fort Pierce||Lake Harbor||complete||still in use (mostly by South Central Florida Express)|
|West Palm Beach||Palm Beach||complete|
|Lemon City||Larkin||complete||mostly still in use|
w:Virgin Trains USA is "an express intercity higher-speed rail system in Florida". Built upon FEC railway infrastructure, it is an important part of longer-term higher-speed strategy in Florida's growing rail networks, especially intercity regional higher-speed rail.