FEC 226 rolls across the famous bridge in St. Augustine with four motors, including one of the new retro blues, #434, 4th out. The 434 was the last GP40-2 ever built by EMD.
Dual classics on today's 101 thunder through the forests west of Palm Coast. Business has picked up as autoracks are now a common feature on this train.
FEC 226 is lead by two champs on this spectacular morning in the Nation's oldest city.
FEC 101 sweeps around the south Bunnell curve with a lashup of EMD power.
FEC 402 returning delivers a gondola to the Bunnell Team Track....something that happens on a few times a year.
FEC 101 with over 13,000 ft of train through Colfax on a spectacular day. Dual set of Rail America SD70M-2's, that are short time on the FEC.
FEC work train toting an undercutter southward through Palm Coast. The FEC is very intense in making sure their right of way is in top shape.
FEC 101 rounds the bend with famous Dave Shelly at the throttle. With in 2 months GE's will be in charge, happily in the Champion scheme.
For Joe Delarosby a Deputy with 20 plus years of service tragically passed away one week ago. As if he were watching from above a lucky spell of sun caught 101 in Palm Coast.
It's a warm humid day as FE 101 rumbles through Bunnell with East Coast Hogger at the throttle.
The FEC has been doing some vegetation removal and that has opened up new photo angles on the famous bridge.
Things will be changing soon. The first GEVOs next month with the 24th in December. For now the big M's roll on.
Lucky to catch a dual set of classics as the SD70M-2 era runs out on the FEC. Here 101, comes out of the siding at South Dorena southbound with 11,000 ft of train.
FEC 101 dodges MOW crews by taking the siding at Dorena with two Big M 's in charge.
Twin ex UP SD40-2's lead 226 on the cool 55 degree morning. When the new GEVO's arrive these and other motors not rebuilt will go into storage.