FEC 230 wanders through with some extra motors from New Smyrna Beach. The fog had literally just lifted as the train arrived, you can see it hovering over the tree tops.
A FEC train slowly rolls across the St. Augustine bridge.
803 & 821 approach St Augustine whilst working FEC226-16, 2300 Hialeah-Bowden
Neck deep in the St. Lucie River. I cut my feet multiple times on mussels, oysters or some other bivalve, but it was worth it.
FEC 101 blasts through a downpour from a developing tropical cyclone off shore.
FEC 226 in St. Augustine
FEC 226 northbound in Bunnell with what is now standard, an LNG tender.
FEC 226 makes an appearance with a dual LNG set. On some Sundays and Monday's extra power does rides up with 226.
FEC is no April Fools joke...the progressive carrier continues to implement LNG power.
FEC 101 on the first day of March
FEC 101 rumbles through Favoretta southbound with the standard dual C4's. However with the coming of LNG this scene will likely change in the future.
FEC 210 pounds through a squally downpour from an ocean storm. Four motors on 210 today.
FEC 905 heads north meeting FEC 101 at Dorena. There was a bit of luck here, most days 101 is through before 905 gets here.
FEC train 101 with FEC 803, FEC 302 & GECX 3000 is on their way to Miami as they roll over the San Sebastian River in Saint Augustine, FL.
An exceptionally rare 8 hour late FEC 109 gives us a daytime view of this train in Daytona, complete with LNG set.