FEC 210 rolls through the aftermath of a tropical thunderstorm. Champion 713 being the 2nd motor today.
Happy Easter with an Easter egg colored lashup! The mighty 101 heads south on an 80 degree day in northeast Florida.
On a chilly 52 degree afternoon (chilly for these parts but not for this former New Englander) FEC 101 blasts south. One can see Dave Shelly waving and spot Maryann in the distance.
Railpictures.net contributor Maryann Norvik exchanges waves with "East Coast Hogger" Dave Shelley on a mild afternoon. FEC 141 was called to ... (more)
Boo! FEC 101 roars through Colfax under blue skies and cooler temperatures in the 70's. The great weather is in the wake of Hurricane Sandy that moved out of the area yesterday.
On a warm breezy day, FEC 101 slams through Colfax with the famous East Coast Hogger haunting the cab of the 100. Three motors is now the norm on this train a sign things are picking up.
Things are certainly picking up for the FEC with 101 now running with 3 motors most of the time. Seen here at Colfax on a breezy 85 degree day in northeast Florida.
High priority FEC 101 rolls through Colfax on a warm early Fall day in Florida. About 10 miles down the line 101 had to crawl due to a report of a drunk man on a horse in Bunnell near the ROW.
FEC 101 blasts through a tropical downpour as typical afternoon showers and thunderstorms rumble through. Florida downpours can produce rainfall rates of 1-4 inches per hour.
"FEC 714 will not lead any freights" apperently has not stuck..FEC 226 led by famous FEC 714 takes 226 through the humid morning fog at Colfax.
Tropical downpour from a warned storm douses FEC 101. Today's 101 was lead by three motors something that has been happening a lot lately. Florida's storms can produce 1-4 inches per hour of rain.
Riders of the storm...FEC 714 leads FEC train 107 out of a squall associated with Beryl that made landfall in the area the night before. The FEC had shut down due to the storm but now was u... (more)