FEC 105 is running again, seen through Bunnell. The FEC reinstated train # 105 after about an 11 month hiatus. It appears that the economy and traffic levels are finally starting to come up. FEC 1... (more)
FEC 418 and Progess Rail locomotives conduct testing out on the main line seen at Bunnell coming back north from a trip from New Smyrna Beach. The motors are heading back to Jacksonville.
My 800th photo accepted to Railpictures.net dedicated to the Famous East Coast Hogger, Dave Shelly. Dave has been the un official ambassador to railfans for the Florida East Coast Railway.... (more)
FEC 101 rounds the curve in south Bunnell in the first good spell of sun since Monday. Yet another storm system will cloud things up again tomorrow.
Took this picture on my lunch break at work. I was happy to be able to get this shot in down town Bunnell at that time of day, it is usually difficult with the lighting. Also - this is my 25th p... (more)
FEC 210 with an incredible lash up of 4 motors, 3 of them SD70M-2's. Thank You Larry and others down south for the heads up on this one.
Went to see 101 on break at work!
FEC 101 in south Bunnell lead by dual SD70M-2's. It seems lately you can find all sorts of lash ups leading FEC trains. This pair was on 226 last Saturday.
FEC 101 wheels through south Bunnell near MP 87. Famous East Coast Hogger is in the engineer's seat of the leading SD70M-2. Seems like FEC is still trying various arrangements of power seeing what... (more)
FEC 436 totes an undercutter.
FEC 101 slides through south Bunnell on a breezy warm Sunday afternoon. With a hurricane in the gulf and high pressure to the east it has brought some warm breezy days to this part of Florida.
FEC 101 on the first day of November. A dry slot of air helped chase away the clouds for a few hours right when 101 went by. Then a few hours later it was cloudy and cool again.
Waited an extra 2 hours for my lunch break to get this picture!!! It was worth it for that beautiful blue and yellow SD70M-2 :)
FEC 101 slices through south Bunnell with a SD70M-2 and two GP40-2's leading. These days as FEC experiments with lashups you never know what you will see next.
FEC 418 leads a NS track geometry train through Bunnell.