FEC 210 roars out of heavy rains at Colfax. The remains of Tropical Storm Karen brought us 2-4 inches of rain locally along with very warm and humid conditions.
Railpictures.net contributor Maryann Norvik exchanges waves with Famous East Coast Hogger as he takes 101 through Colfax.
Champion 716 leads 101 out of a tropical shower on a warm breezy day. Famous East Coast Hogger at the throttle. The other two motors are still yellow, but eventually will be repainted.
FEC 101 with Champion 716 rushes through Colfax with famous East Coast Hogger at the throttle. Look closely, you can see Maryann checking her photos at the crossing.
Thunderstorms rolling in from the Atlantic thanks to a tropical disturbance gave 210's two Champions a wash as they head northward at Colfax. For "East Coast Hogger" who's birthday is today.
Severe thunderstorm warnings were being issued just as 226 blasted through the storm at Colfax this morning. This is the rainy season in Florida, but storms were very early today.
FEC 905 and it's hard working crew have just run around their train at Dorena and are on their way back towards Jacksonville.
720 on 7/20.....The latest locomotive in the Champion scheme as it's becoming known leads 226 on a drizzly morning. No 210 today so 226 was a combo of both.
A strong thunderstorm is pounding Colfax as 101 blasts through with a CITX leader. We are back to dual SD70M-2s on 101 again.
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.