On Time! Amtrak 91 blasts through rural Seville Florida rushing south with Deland, Winter Park, Orlando, Lakeland, Tampa and all stops to Miami in mind.
Yet another day of tropical showers and another 101. Heavy showers were moving through the area once again ahead of a front. The MO of 101 these days is GEVO X 2
FEC 101 races out of a tropical rainshower during a period of unsettled weather across northeast Florida. Today's 101 had autos up front which is happening more and more lately.
FEC 101 rolls through a light downpour on an unsettled day in Florida. We have had spells of wet weather recently which is unusual for April.
Dave Shelly takes 101 down the siding past a work train (right behind me) on one of the first nice cloudless days we have had in a while.
Finally the sun has swung around and the weather cooperated for this shot... Two of FEC's big champs launch 226 across the Tomoka River a shot I have been wanted since the big motors arrived.
Been a while I caught FEC "Little Champs" on a mainline train. FEC Business Train 13 hustles through Bunnell heading for New Smyrna Beach and points south.
Tropical rains drench FEC 101 as they roll south at Dorena. An unsettled pattern has set up giving us rounds of rainfall some of it heavy.
Rail pictures contributor Maryann and her daughter wave at the crew of 101 in south Bunnell.
Sun angles on 101 are starting to get challenging, however we can eek out a few more shots as 101 is seen here. Very warm today temps near 85.
FEC 101 rolls through Doreana with about 2 miles of train. We have had quite the tropical spell with temps in the 80's
It's a warm summer like day as 101 slides through Bunnell. Famous East Coast Hogger in charge.
FEC 224 reflects off the tidewater on a mild morning in St. Augustine. 224 is always recognizable with Crowley containers and usually the power is back to back.
10,000 plus feet of FEC 101 seen at Dorena on a warm day.
FEC 101 flashes through Dorena with famous East Coast Hogger in charge. The third motor is FEC 434 now a retro blue, the last GP40-2 ever built.