FEC 210 pounds through a squally downpour from an ocean storm. Four motors on 210 today.
FEC 228 was about 12 hours late today as the FEC struggled with curfews down south. This was the last day of bridge work in Ft. Lauderdale, schedules should normalize now.
Exceptionally rare, was surprised to see a solid EMD lashup on FEC 101.
LNG sets getting to be the norm. 226 on a beautiful morning in St. Augustine.
One of the daily extras due to the curfews down south making things "almost like the old days". Prior to 2009 202 would show up near this time. These days, it's pretty rare.
An image that could have been 5-10 years ago recreates it's self with FEC 240 running with one of the ex UP SD40-2's.
FEC 101 with what is now normal LNG set with some extra help.
Curfews in south Florida gave us a series of northbounds in Bunnell at the right time, just like the old days. Normally rare.
FEC 905 heads north meeting FEC 101 at Dorena. There was a bit of luck here, most days 101 is through before 905 gets here.
FEC 101 on a nice day at Colfax. Dual sets of the GEVO's will be tough to get once the rest of the LNG tenders arrive likely in April or May.
FEC 226 with the original LNG set. Reportedly by April all the the GEVO's will be paired with an LNG tender.
Bridge repair work in South Florida causing 12 hour curfews has made for some interesting trains up this way, such as 240 with two retro blues. Maryann getting her shots.
FEC 210 arrives into Bunnell a few hours late. There has been manifest on the head end of 210 as of late, something not commonly seen before.
FEC 101 with three motors, of note the 3rd motor being one of the "Susan Komen" breast cancer awareness units.
FEC 101 with an LNG set rushes into Colfax.