FEC 905 heads away from tropical thunderstorms, bound for Jacksonville after a hard days work. 422 wears the Retro Blue scheme being applied to 4 axle EMD's
FEC where occasionally 2nd generation EMD's still haul through freights. Today's 218 was usually late and usually powered by two SD40-2's on this humid hot thundery morning.
The FEC ran an 900 extra today.
It was a beautiful day in Colfax as 101 heads for Miami.
FEC 143 rolls through Colfax. This extra was bound for Cocoa Beach with mostly rock but also had some other manifest.
FEC 101 ran with four motors...two dead in tow.
FEC 101 on a nice day at Colfax. Dual sets of the GEVO's will be tough to get once the rest of the LNG tenders arrive likely in April or May.
FEC 101 with an LNG set rushes into Colfax.
FEC 905 at Colfax. The 419 is an old friend of mine, been watching it go by since I moved here in 1980.
FEC 101 on a cool day.
FEC 101 with David Shelly
FEC 101 with autos rolling into Colfax, Miami bound.
FEC 101 ran with an SD40-2 "Little Champ" 2nd out not your normal consist. Usually 101 is assigned a pair of C4's
FEC 101 thundering through Colfax with stuff for south Florida. Famous engineer "David Shelly at the throttle.
The rainy season took a break for a few weeks but is back in force. Here FEC 905 hustles northward through a thundery downpour bound for Bowden Yard.