The annual Christmas Train makes it's run, this time with newest Champion 711 and Breast Cancer Awareness 425.
FEC 101 on a crisp cool day. Today's 101 had 12,350 ft of train (you read that right) as the FEC gives Santa a hand before the "big day" . Big change from the 80's temp was about 63.
FEC 101 can still get solid lashups of standard 2nd Generation EMD power as seen on the cooler 74 degree afternoon. Caught a lucky spell of sunshine on this shot.
During the last hours of our prolonged warm spell, FEC 101 flashes through with three Champions leading. Even though it was 83, clouds were increasing ahead of a front.
The only white stuff we have on this 65 degree morning is the Sea Fog. Here 226 arrives with a rainbow of color. GE power coming soon.,,
FEC 101 rolls into Bunnell lead by the first reborn Champion, # 714. There are now 7 Champs roaming the FEC, two of them seen here on this 83 degree December day.
On a warm 80 degree day, FEC 101 thunders through Bunnell with a colorful lashup of power.
Two champions with famous Dave Shelly roll through Favoretta at Harwood Siding.
Champions! Champions! Two of FEC's Champions lead 101 with a bunch of autoracks through the rural community of Favoretta on a cool sunny afternoon.
It's a cool "Black Friday" morning in St. Augustine. Even with the new US 1 bridge, for those who wish, the classic low level shot is still doable here.
It's a cool breezy day and a shorter FEC 101 hurries through with a mix of stacks and intermodal. Two Champions in the lashup, 1st and 3rd.
The latest Champion, #711 leads 226 on a warm "Dr. Who Day". Railpictures.net contributor Maryann Norvik gets her shot.
On Veterans Day it was only appropriate that two of FEC's Red White and Blue locomotives appeared on 226.
NS's Honoring Veteran's unit rolls off the massive Jax bridge, on the day before Veteran's Day.
A massive NS 209 waits for room to get into Simpson Yard while the fog begins to clear. Behind 209 was 229 featuring the Veteran's unit.