Things are drying out after one week of unsettled weather from TC Eta. 101 is seen in the first sun we have had in about a week. Dedicated to JR Hibbard a railfan who passed on the day before.
An FEC 900 ran today, seen here at Harwood, running with two GP40-2's and loads from Titusville and New Smyrna Beach.
FEC gets it done, instead of running two trains you can combine them into one. One transformer and more rail for Virgin Trains USA heading south.
FEC 101 roars through Harwood.
More rail for Virgin Trains USA expansion projects heads south through a lucky break in what would be mostly an unsettled weather week.
FEC 101 rolls through the tiny community of Favoretta.
Extra FEC 141 with ethanol
A rare 141 ran with a solid enthanol train. These are fairly rare and more so rare by running in daylight.
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.
Exceptionally rare, was surprised to see a solid EMD lashup on FEC 101.
On a very warm day, FEC 101 rolls through the small community of Favoretta.
First test! The always progressive and forward thinking FEC ran its first test of the LNG tender. Further tests between New Syrmna & Jax will be done this year.
Into the future! The first test of an FEC LNG tender was conducted today with a trip from New Smyrna to Jax. This trip was just testing the tender with GECX 3000.
A single unit leads this empty grain drag westbound through 'Tosa over the Menomonee River.
687's empty ethanol cans pull in tow westbound past Harwood Ave. in 'Tosa on a fantastic Spring day.