FEC Champion 720 leads train 226 into St. Augustine on a cool winters morning.
The newest repainted motor, FEC 416, in a scheme that kinda looks like the first blue livery of the 1960's.
T'was the day before Christmas and all through the PM sun, nothing was stirring except FEC 101... The FEC begins to wind down for the holiday with just a few trains today.
FEC 711, the newest champ, leads 101 through the Daytona Golf Course in the "dead of winter". Almost a "Christmas Colors" scene, on this 84 degree afternoon.
FEC 224 on the brutal first day of "winter" in the Nation's oldest city. Usually, 224 was behind 226. The 711, 2nd motor is the newest "champ" on the roster.
The first day of "winter" finds yet again another round of triple champs on 226, reflecting in the tidewater on a warm morning.
FEC 101 roars through Palm Coast on my birthday! It's a beautiful 73 degree day on the day before "winter". Three motors on 101 are common these days as business picks up.
FEC 101 with Dave Shelly gives Santa a hand hauling stuff to south Florida on the crisp cool day. Newest Champ 711 peaking behind the 100.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell on a cool December day.
FEC's Toy's for Tot's at it's 2nd stop on this warm and humid morning in St. Augustine. Champion 711 assisted by Komen unit 425.
FEC's Toy's for Tot's train rolls through the tidal flats in St. Augustine in a lucky spell of sun. This year's train featured one of the Breast Cancer awareness motors.
Santa is making lots of kids happy with some help from the FEC. Seen at the New Smyrna Beach stop on a warm morning, this was the third year this train has run.
The annual Christmas Train makes it's run, this time with newest Champion 711 and Breast Cancer Awareness 425.
FEC 101 on a crisp cool day. Today's 101 had 12,350 ft of train (you read that right) as the FEC gives Santa a hand before the "big day" . Big change from the 80's temp was about 63.
FEC 101 can still get solid lashups of standard 2nd Generation EMD power as seen on the cooler 74 degree afternoon. Caught a lucky spell of sunshine on this shot.