Dave's last trip before vacation, you can see him waving as he runs 101 south with all sorts of goodies I am sure some stuff from "Santa" destined for points south.
FEC 101 gives Santa a hand with tons of stuff heading to south Florida.
Railpictures.net contributor Maryann Norvik exchanges waves with "East Coast Hogger" Dave Shelley as he runs a 141 south through Bunnell.
A number of FEC paint schemes are represented here almost the FEC family tree shot, (too bad 714 was missing) lead FEC 101 on a warm day. The FEC has been giving Santa some help recently.
On a mild day, Famous East Coast Hogger waves as FEC 101 thunders through Bunnell with autos, dead loads(manifest) and intermodal bound for Miami. FEC ROW workers can be seen to the left.
FEC 101 with Dave Shelley at the throttle wheels around the curve in Bunnell heading for Miami. A crisp cool day in the 60's.
FEC 101 with three motors including FEC 714.
On a mild day Dave Shelley takes FEC 101 south through Bunnell. Dedicated to Carter Hoffman a former FEC employee who passed on today. He was a true friend of fans of the FEC.
Hurricane Sandy's departure from Florida brought in cool temperatures in the 60's and blue skies for 101's passage. 101 has been running with three motors and autoracks pretty routinely now.
Once or twice a year the NS Geometry train makes an appearance. The FEC always has been a top notch operation and looking after it's infrastructure has always been a priority.
Surprise! FEC Work 704 south hustles through Bunnell with an NS Geometry Train on a crisp clear day, the first clear day in a while. Maybe the rainy season is finally over.
During a break in the seemingly endless rainy season FEC 101 featuring the famous FEC 714 blasts through Bunnell. FEC 101 has been getting 3 motors pretty routinely now.
Famous East Coast Hogger brings two SD40-2's and train 202 into the setting sun. Very rare to get 202 in daylight here any more and the only time it happens is in the summer.
FEC 714 leads the Azalea and St. Augustine through Bunnell on a cool 70 degree morning. The special train ran without a generator car in the consist first time I have observed that.
Heritage FEC 714 painted in a retro scheme of the very first livery to adorn FEC diesels splits the crossings in Bunnell southbound with the Azalea and St. Augustine in tow.