The hot 101 roars out of town with a little champ behind the big ones bound for Miami.
FEC 105 running with no LNG tender splits downtown Bunnell
The 103 ran a little late making for an awesome photo this morning.
On a day of cloud and sunny spells, we catch some sunshine as 105 propels one boxcar and about 2 miles of intermodal toward SoFlo.
The 105 rolls out of Bunnell as tropical rain showers linger on the horizon.
STACKS! The 105 remains the hottest train on the FEC seen coming out of Dorena with famous Dave Shelly.
FEC 905 heads for Bowden after working points south.
FEC 206 running a few hours early blasts into Bunnell. The regular LNG set was not ready in time so Hialeah threw together what they had to get the train out.
The 204 ran a bit later than the norm making for a great shot in Bunnell.
The 103 ran a bit later than the norm making for a great shot in Bunnell.
The 905 did the New Smyrna haul which sometimes brings some unusual lashups as power is ferried back to Bowden from the shops.
A later running 204 roars into Bunnell
Florida East Coast train 103 looms out of the fog.
FEC 905 returns north light, the 411 now the oldest motor on the railway is 50 years old and still working hard.
The FEC 105 which is the former 101 roars out of Bunnell