FEC 713 leads 226 on a cool drizzly morning. FEC announced that 24 GEVO's will be purchased, get your EMD shots now, as this scene may change, hopefully still w/ this scheme.
Very rare for 101 to get rock loads, but that's exactly what happened on this mild day. The SD70M-2's time on the FEC may be short, GE's are coming.
FEC 101 on a cool afternoon with a big 70 in charge. Lots of auto racks on this one.
It's a cold frosty morning in Northest Florida (yes that is frost on the ground) as 226 slides through Bunnell. Two Champs in charge at sunrise on this 32 degree morning.
FEC 101 with a rainbow of power, hustles through western Palm Coast with famous East Coast Hogger at the throttle. Will the SD70M-2's get replaced by GE's? Stay tuned...
FEC 226 rolls into St. Augustine on a warm Martin Luther King Day with two classic schemed 70M-2's. These days you never know what will up on mainline trains.
FEC 101 running a bit early hustles through Bunnell on a mild afternoon.
Two Champs and a standard blue bring 226 north on a rather chilly 38 degree morning in St. Augustine. Yes one of the most shot bridges on the FEC if not in Florida. Can you spot the moon?
FEC 905 rumbles into Colfax right behind the 101.
On a lower 60's afternoon, FEC 101 slams through Colfax with trio of SD40-2's. Rumors are flying that new GE power is coming to the FEC. If so, some of these motors may be sidelined.
It's a cool 53 degree afternoon in the middle of "winter" as dual champs lead 101 through Bunnell.
You can say that the FEC is a holdout for 2nd generation EMD power. Not many places you will find SD40-2's and GP40-2's on the point of hot stack and intermodal trains. But here, you do.
FEC 101 rolls through west Palm Coast on a cool day. The 714 was the first motor to get the original Champion scheme. In 2014 on the FEC you can still find SD40's on hotshot trains.
FEC 101, featuring Susan Komen motor 436, 3rd out rounds out of Bunnell on a warm tropical afternoon.
The first set of triple champs of 2014 rolls through Bunnell on a mild but unsettled day.