FEC 101 thunders through Dorena with famous East Coast Hogger at the throttle on a mild afternoon.
A good look at FEC 416, the latest repaint on the railway. It's similar to the original 1960's paint scheme, exception being the logo on the nose & letters are white, the originals were yellow.
FEC 910 making an uncommon appearance in Bunnell slows to work T-Brand. The 416 is the latest repaint on the railway.
FEC 416 shoves it's train FEC 910 towards Sunbelt to work that industry before working back south. It's pretty uncommon for 910 to get this far north.
FEC 436 one of the two Susan Komen motors slows at Colfax to work a local industry. FEC 905 was pretty early today.
FEC Champion 720 leads train 226 into St. Augustine on a cool winters morning.
The newest repainted motor, FEC 416, in a scheme that kinda looks like the first blue livery of 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 711, the newest champ, leads 101 through the Daytona Golf Course in the "dead of winter". Almost a "Christmas Colors" scene, on this 84 degree afternoon.
FEC 224 on the brutal first day of "winter" in the Nation's oldest city. Usually, 224 was behind 226. The 711, 2nd motor is the newest "champ" on the roster.
The first day of "winter" finds yet again another round of triple champs on 226, reflecting in the tidewater on a warm morning.
FEC 101 roars through Palm Coast on my birthday! It's a beautiful 73 degree day on the day before "winter". Three motors on 101 are common these days as business picks up.
FEC 101 with Dave Shelly gives Santa a hand hauling stuff to south Florida on the crisp cool day. Newest Champ 711 peaking behind the 100.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell on a cool December day.
FEC's Toy's for Tot's at it's 2nd stop on this warm and humid morning in St. Augustine. Champion 711 assisted by Komen unit 425.