A classic shot of FEC 101 in Bunnell as the sun is starting to allow such views again. A short train today maybe 5K ft.
The Non-Burning Bush of Providence - A westbound stack train barrels around a corner and pulls against the hill up Cadiz Summit from Danby California in the heart of the Mojave.
Crossing the Trinity River
FEC 101 crests the "hill" at Colfax, heading for Miami on a cool breezy day.
Four brand new ES44C4 (BNSF 7954, BNSF 7953, BNSF 7956, BNSF 7955) are on their maiden run across the Arizona Divide as they head down the 1.4 percent grade out of Crozier Canyon at Valentine.
An appropriate sign at Sunbeam as 101 departs on time with two of it's "Champs'
Annual northbound Ringling run from Miami took place a little later in the day than it has in previous years, but it's the first time the run on FEC has had a GE of any sort.
With two locomotives up front, two in the middle, and two on the rear, a MASSIVE 548 axle Logistics Park Chicago (LPC) to Los Angeles Harbor, CA container train works its way westbound through Wes... (more)
BNSF run through power leads an empty crude oil train off of the short Fostoria Sub (controlled by F Tower) back onto the Willard Sub.
FEC 815 and 822 leading Train 109 southbound
A strong south breeze leads to choppy waters as two of FEC's new ES44C4s roll north over Turnball Creek, a few miles north of New Smyrna Beach.
Eighty-eight hundred horsepower provided by two General Electric ES44C4s guide train 109 across the Eau Gallie River in Melbourne.
FEC 101 pops into some sunshine on a mild day in northeast Florida, with two big champs pulling stuff southward towards Miami.