It's that time of year again, where the tropical rainy season produces almost daily thunderstorms. FEC 101 rushes out of one such storm at Bunnell with three EMD's.
A pair of FEC geeps at the service center, photo taken with permission.
CSX has just made the interchange with the First Coast Railroad at Yulee, and headed back to Jacksonville. The building at right is the old Seaboard Air Line Depot.
A NS Simpson Yard to CSX Moncrief Yard transfer enters the north end of Moncrief yard.
Basking in the afternoon light, FCEN #57 awaits her next assignment at Bartow, FL.
Sometimes you eat the bear, sometimes he eats you. With a very odd weather pattern, we had a lot of both this trip.
Train 202 catches a sliver of light in between thunderstorms.
Sometimes the railfan gods are merciful.
In the Nation's oldest city, twin Champs roll 226 across the tidewater as puffy clouds build.
FEC 226 rolls across the Tomoka River on a warm humid morning. Today's plus is two champs leading. For Betty Buchanan who passed on recently who was an active volunteer locally.