A rare morning southbound reveals 421 toting an undercutter south. Lots of infrastructure improvements coming, including double tracking the main.
An exceptional opportunity to catch a northbound in PM light was given by FEC 210 being 5 hours late. Late trains on the FEC are very rare and the last time 210 was this late was in 2011.
The latest flavor of 101 seems to be SD70M-2 with two SD40-2's as seen here on this warm humid afternoon.
FEC 101 rounds the bend with a champion 2nd out. East Coast Hogger at the throttle bringing lots of stuff southward on the beautiful day. Lots of talk, LNG power may be coming.
The FEC rolls out it's paint scheme for Breast Cancer Awareness. This motor has been spotted working Bowden yard recently.
The FEC rolls out it's paint scheme for Breast Cancer Awareness. The two units were unveiled at a special media event earlier. To the right power for 101 and FEC's biz cars are readied.
The FEC rolls out it's paint scheme for Breast Cancer Awareness, taken immediately after a special ceremony unveiling this units.
Champion 716 leads 101 out of a tropical shower on a warm breezy day. Famous East Coast Hogger at the throttle. The other two motors are still yellow, but eventually will be repainted.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell on a breezy afternoon. You never know what power is coming next these days.
Welcome to Fall elsewhere, rainy season for another month or so in Florida. FEC 101 slides southward at Dorena siding in moderate rains, with Champion 716 leading.
NASA 3 rolls past the VAB and facilities at Kennedy Space Center, heading for Wilson Yard. An extremely rare look inside the NASA facility taken on a FECRS tour. Taken with permission.
NASA 3 works in Wilson Yard. The NASA RR stopped operations Sept 30th, its short term future in limbo, pending development of heavy lift rockets. Thanks to FECRS for the tour.
This is NASA # 3 after repainting a few years ago. An extremely rare look inside the NASA facility taken on a FECRS tour. Taken with permission. Here heading out to Wilson Yard.
This is NASA #3 after repainting a few years ago. An extremely rare look inside the NASA facility taken on a FECRS tour. Taken with permission. The NASA railroad has stopped ops.
SW 8 that once was used to pull Titan Rockets into position until 2005. This was done with two motors parallel to each other, the MU arm seen on the side linking them together on dual tracks.