FEC 226 swings through St. Augustine.
FEC 101 was rather long today
FEC ran a 141 right behind 101 today with UPS bound for Cocoa Beach. This was an unusual move word was the UPS was "hot" needing to get to it's destination rapidly. FEC delivers.
They ran a FEC 900 again, this time with dual Retro Blues. The 900 typically runs when extra cars need to be run up from New Smyrna Beach that won't fit on 202.
"Bright Pink" the next Brightline set heads for West Palm on an unsettled day.
FEC 101 through Bunnell
FEC 109 running unusually late this morning giving me a rare chance to shoot this train in daylight.
FEC 226 with four motors and LNG tender
FEC 101 on the first day of March
FEC 101 rumbles through Favoretta southbound with the standard dual C4's. However with the coming of LNG this scene will likely change in the future.
FEC 210 was usually late by about 6 hours giving us a chance to shoot this train in good light with an SD40-2 Little Champ leader.
Yet again another extra FEC 900 recreates a scene that was common in 1982.
And the NS Geometry train making the visit to the FEC.
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.