FEC 202 roars northward over the river.
FEC 103 passing over the waters of the Tomoka River
Introducing FEC train 103 part of the new schedule effective today, the first big change since 2009. With a few more daytime trains, this opens up a lot of photography in favorable sun.
The NASA cars from the June move sat waiting pickup for quite some time before it actually happened. Here, the set (somewhat rearranged) is heading back to Utah for the next round....which won't ... (more)
Old and the New The oldest and newest liveries to be applied to FEC motors was represented on an extra today.
Leaping across the Tomoka River FEC 226 with the regular LNG set and one extra GEVO
Reinstated! After about a year FEC 910 is reinstated, based out of New Smyrna working Daytona Beach area industries. For a while these duties were works by Jax local 905.
FEC 226 races across the still waters of the Tomoka. For those wanting this shot, it only works in the summer months, 226 usually gets here between 7:30 and 8:30 am.
FEC 226 crossing the Tomoka with some extra power.
Running without an LNG gas car, 808 & 805 cross Ormond Creek whilst working FEC226-05, 2300 Hialeah - Bowden, 6 July 2018
806 & 807 cross the Tomoka River at Ormond Beach whilst hauling FEC226-02, 2300 Miami Hialeah - Jacksonville Bowden, 3 July 2018
Sometimes 230 runs with standard power, but it still looks good going over the Tomoka. The 230 no longer runs.
FEC 226 crossing the still waters of the Tomoka River. Note the "fence" on the bridge a new addition, fortunately installed on the other side.
FEC 226 at the Tomoka River Bridge..the humorous bit was the truck trailer reading our best resource is here pointing at the FEC power..just barely visible in the trees.
Reflections of the future? Maybe if all goes well with LNG tests. 226 was a bit late allowing me to get a shot I wanted.