FEC 101 hammers through a thundery downpour at Colfax. Florida has been hammered with persistent rain due to a plume of tropical moisture locked over the state.
FEC train 101 lead by 812 brings a trainload of stuff toward Miami.
FEC 101 thunders south with an SD40-2 as the 2nd motor which is unusual.
FEC 101 hustles south once again missing the LNG tank.
FEC 141 ran today with a generator for FP&L bound for Ft Pierce. The first caboose I have ever seen on the FEC in at least 30 plus years.
FEC jumps right back in it after Christmas.
FEC 101 kicks up the dust blasting through Colfax from new ballast recently laid.
The Last One! FEC 434 is the very last GP40-2 ever built.
The original LNG set rushes 101 through Colfax
Boo! Not a Halloween trick, FEC 101 blasts south on time. FEC has now imposed a 9,000 limit on some trains reportedly to accommodate UPS.
Through the storm, FEC 101 pounds through a nor'easter that slammed the area with close to 14 inches of rain. Rounds of unsettled weather have been impacting the area.
FEC 101 at Colfax.
Irma Recovery The FEC continues to bounce back after Irma, today's 101 featured 12,000 ft(!). Extras and massive freights have been running to make up for the disruption last week.
As Florida readies for possible impacts from Irma, the FEC gets another day in of work at least before they have to start shutting down on 9/7
FEC 101 blasts through a downpour from a developing tropical cyclone off shore.