Brand new Florida East Coast GE ES44C4 Nos. 818, 800 and 809 powering train No. 101 zip over Spruce Creek just south of Port Orange, Florida, on January 13, 2015.
FEC 101 races a SUV splashing out of Bunnell as the rain continues. This is the very last photo of a train from my 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee, after 405,000 miles of adventures.
FEC 101 hammers through a thundery downpour at Colfax. Florida has been hammered with persistent rain due to a plume of tropical moisture locked over the state.
As the tail end of FEC train 210 enters Bowden yard, FEC train 101, led by 817, pulls out of the yard and begins the trip down to Miami.
FEC 101 slides into Dorena Siding passing 905 holding the main down the line.
FEC 101 thundering into Dorena with coal loads.
FEC 101 roars thru a thunderstorm as a stalled weather system brought about 48 hours of solid heavy thundery rains to the area. Total amounts ranged from 3-5 inches.
FEC 101 finds a small sucker hole as it knocks down the intermediate at 87.4 in Bunnell.
Another afternoon, another 101 crossing the San Sebastian River in America's oldest city.
April Fools! FEC 101 had an unusual load of coal on April Fools Day!
FEC train 101 lead by 812 brings a trainload of stuff toward Miami.
FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell on a sunny afternoon.
FEC 222 running usually late, rolls through St. Augustine with Tropicana loads.
FEC 101 swings into Bunnell
FEC's flagship train 101 rolls out of Bunnell on a cool sunny day.