FEC 101 slides out of Bunnell.
FEC 101 approaches Bunnell. The blue motor is GETX 3000 leased when the LNG program started. Now just about all thru freights are LNG powered.
FEC 226 rolls into St. Augustine with some manifest on what usually is an all intermodal train.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell with the now standard Liquefied Natural Gas set. The LNG fuel is mixed with diesel and helps the FEC cut fuel costs.
Through the storm, FEC 101 pounds through a nor'easter that slammed the area with close to 14 inches of rain. Rounds of unsettled weather have been impacting the area.
FEC 101 thunders into Dorena with the now standard LNG power set. Amazing how quick things have changed.
A Miami Metrorail on the new Airport extension. These cars are rolling their last miles as they are due to be retired.
The Florida East Coast Railway Society got a behind the scenes tour of the new Brightline start up a new private fast passenger service in Florida.
Brightline stands ready. We got a behind the scenes tour with the FEC society where we toured the trains and facility. This private venture starts operations over the winter.
One of the former NS motors leads Tri Rail P623 south as RP contributor Maryann gets her shots. There are only a handful of these motors on Tri Rail with most trains powered by Brookville.
Tri Rail arrives in West Palm Beach. Love the tropical livery on the new motors.
FEC 109 rolls under a rainbow as tropical showers move ashore.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell, as the FEC continues to bounce back from Irma.
Irma Recovery The FEC continues to bounce back after Irma, today's 101 featured 12,000 ft(!). Extras and massive freights have been running to make up for the disruption last week.
After Irma The FEC gets into the swing of things on the 2nd day of operations with a fleet of southbound extras include the 900.