FEC 101, 416 3rd out is the newest repaint on the railway somewhat resembling a blue scheme of the 1960's. It is currently the only motor to wear this scheme for now.
FEC 101 through a tropical deluge. Heavy rains associated with a system in the gulf doused the area today. EMD's on priority trains likely will be a thing of the past by this time next year.
In a driving rain, FEC 101 thunders south out of Bunnell. While the north sees the snow, we see rain like no where else in the USA, sometimes coming down 2-4 inches per hour.
Kicking up some dust, FEC 101 rolls through an area where MOW work is being done. The FEC is a first class operation with highly maintained track and equipment.
My first three Champions!
FEC 101 with three Champions hustles through Bunnell. For FECRS member Anita Caboose who's birthday is today!
FEC 101 with a very unusual consist today, hoppers, rocks, etc. As things stand, time is rapidly running out on these SD70M-2's as GEVO's are coming.
FEC 101 wheels out of Bunnell as whisps of sea fog begin to invade. The era of the EMD on the FEC is winding down with the announcement of 24 ES44C4's being acquired by the railway.
FEC 101, with a brace of SD40-2's rolls through Bunnell on a mild afternoon. Get your EMD photos now folks...things are a changing.
FEC 101 on a cool afternoon with a big 70 in charge. Lots of auto racks on this one.
It's a cool 53 degree afternoon in the middle of "winter" as dual champs lead 101 through Bunnell.
FEC 101, featuring Susan Komen motor 436, 3rd out rounds out of Bunnell on a warm tropical afternoon.
The first set of triple champs of 2014 rolls through Bunnell on a mild but unsettled day.
FEC 101 with two champs and famous East Coast Hogger rounds out of Bunnell on a warm afternoon.