A boater watches FEC 226 cross the tidewater. A bit of an unusual lashup, big champ, little champ back to back.
FEC 101 rolls through Dorena right on time with the standard twin GEVO's in charge.
Lately 226 has been getting here ahead of the sun on Sundays but today he was later and had three motors. Cloud from a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico can be seen in the distance.
One of the best shots to be had on the FEC is now easier with FEC 109's schedule change. This once was a if you lucky shot but now is almost routine every day but Sunday chance here.
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.
FEC Geometry train making it's annual appearance.
FEC 107 with three motors.
Big Champ Little Champ leading 226 this morning.
FEC 218 now runs later than it used to essentially running in 224's space that was annulled on July 3rd.
Reflections of the future? Maybe if all goes well with LNG tests. 226 was a bit late allowing me to get a shot I wanted.
FEC 226 continuing with the LNG testing with trips to and from Miami. A 2nd LNG tender on the way as the ever changing FEC continues to evolve.
FEC 905 with an old school scheme rolling back to Bowden on a very hot day. Was surprised to see a GP38-2 on this train.
It's a humid tropical morning as cloud from gulf thunderstorms begin to flow in, FEC 226 rolls through St. Augustine.
The last 224 for a while as trains 123, 224, 111 & 212 have been abolished due to a downturn in business. Several other trains will be shuffled around to take up the slack.
The LNG set has been making the trip to Miami and back Mon / Tue and Thu / Fri via 121 - 226 of late. However this is the first time it went without GEX 3000 making for a matched set.