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.
A Champion and Susan Komen motor show up on 210 for the first time, on a rather chilly day.
This is FEC's newest repainted locomotive. It is similar to what was worn by FEC engines in the 1960's.
T'was the day before Christmas and all through the PM sun, nothing was stirring except FEC 101... The FEC begins to wind down for the holiday with just a few trains today.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell on a cool December day.
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.
FEC 210 rolls into Bunnell just as a series of showers taper off from a local "nor'easter". Even though the rainy season is over, we still can get occasional tropical rains off the ocean.
A visiting railfan waves at 101.
Fall finally gets to Florida with highs only reaching the mid 70's FEC 101 thunders through with a mix of paint schemes. The old UP yellow is falling to the Champion scheme.
For the second time ever, three Champions lead 101 under swirling skies as the remains of Tropical Storm Karen pass overhead. A very warm and humid day, you can see Dave waving.
FEC 703, one of 6 Champion Schemed locomotives leads 101 out of Bunnell on a warm and humid afternoon in tropical Florida.
An exceptional opportunity to catch a northbound in PM light was given by FEC 210 being 5 hours late. Late trains on the FEC are very rare and the last time 210 was this late was in 2011.