FEC 226 hustles through Colfax just after a tropical shower had moved through. It's that time of year again where sudden downpours can turn up at any time.
Two of FEC's original workhorses tote 226 across the waters of the Tomoka on this humid morning. The 411 - 429 was the top and bottom of the first -2's on the FEC back in the 80's.
Summertime approaching means this shot works well again, only with morning trains for those who wish to try. The best light between 7 and 8 AM usually when 226 turns up.
FEC Champ 716 leads 226 on a sultry morning crossing the salt marshes in the Nation's Oldest City. The first GEVO's due to arrive late summer, will be in the Champion livery.
FEC 107 rolls into the nation's oldest city about 20 minutes behind 111 with a rainbow of color. The big M's should hang into 2015 according to the latest.
FEC 111 the City Point Turn "turns up" ahead of 107 most Sundays. 111 can have a variety of power and consist.
Through downtown Orlando, Sunrail P327 rumbles north on the last day of free service. Three car trains were needed as a record crush of 17,000 people rode today.
A two car set slides into Maitland on the last day of "free" service. This and the Lake Monroe bridge are the only single track segments on Sunrail. Over 100,000 rode the first 2 weeks.
Through the heart of Orlando! A three car set has just left Church Street and now heads for Lynx Central. In an attempt to handle the massive crowds, 3 car sets were running.
One of the few pieces of single track on Sunrail is from Maitland to Winter Park, the other is at Lake Monroe. Three car sets have been running to attempt to handle the crush of riders.
It's work done, FEC 905 heads back toward Bowden Yard.
Loram Rail grinder makes it's way through Bunnell.
FEC 101 rolls into Bunnell on a warm almost summer like afternoon.
Got lucky and caught the rail grinder coming out of the Team Track and heading for points south.
FEC 101 thunders through Dorena with two big M-2's with help from Susan Komen 425. The latest word is the CITX M-2's will go soon and the rest will linger into 2015. The GE's will arrive this year... (more)