FEC 226 with the original LNG set. Reportedly by April all the the GEVO's will be paired with an LNG tender.
Bridge repair work in South Florida causing 12 hour curfews has made for some interesting trains up this way, such as 240 with two retro blues. Maryann getting her shots.
FEC 210 arrives into Bunnell a few hours late. There has been manifest on the head end of 210 as of late, something not commonly seen before.
FEC 101 with three motors, of note the 3rd motor being one of the "Susan Komen" breast cancer awareness units.
FEC 101 with an LNG set rushes into Colfax.
FEC 101 with one of the LNG sets rolls through Bunnell bringing "stuff" to Miami.
FEC 101 with one of the LNG sets through Bunnell. The LNG sets are becoming more prevalent on the FEC.
The Cannonball is directed to it's train for the next trip during the last weekend of operations.
Closing out.... One of the last Cannonballs departs Mt. Dora as crowds watch. Rumors are that a new operation is in the works. For now it's only FCEN as needed.
Sendoff of the Orange Blossom Cannonball last run on Saturday. Reenactors fired off a salute as the train departed one of the more emotional scenes observed as the clock ran out.
Last runs of the Orange Blossom Cannonball as the 6 year operation ceased this weekend whilst #2 celebrated 110 years. Rumors of a replacement operation are already flying.
An image that could almost date back to the 1980's FEC 900 returned with freight from New Smyrna Beach.
A surprise today was this southbound with the St. Augustine for a repaint.
FEC 101 rolls into Dorena
FEC 101 rolls into Bunnell on a cool sunny day after meeting FEC 905 hidden behind the train.