Fec 136

Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) Passenger Coach #136

The FEC #136 is an open air coach, that was typically used during the winter months. It was in passenger service between Jacksonville, KeyWest, and Havana. Built in 1925, this railroad car played an important role in the evacuation of a portion of the Florida Keys as part of preparations for the Labor Day hurricane of 1935.This car was retired in 1958. It was donated to the Museum in March 1959. 

The FEC #136 serves as the museum's primary operating passenger car every first Saturday of the month.

GCRM Tour
  1. Ferdinand Magellan Presidential Railcar, U.S. Car No. 1
  2. Western Pacific "California Zephyr" Vista-Dome Car
  3. Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) Steam Locomotive #153
  4. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad (ACL) Observation Bar Lounge #254
  5. U.S. Army Hospital Car #89436
  6. Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) Passenger Coach #136
  7. Seaboard Air Line Railroad (SAL) Passenger Combination Baggage-Coach #259
  8. Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) Maintenance of Way Car Renumbered as #1996
  9. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad (ACL) Caboose #0322