Sometimes 905 brings a surprise, as power at New Smyrna Beach occasionally gets picked up after repair. Even after reinstatement of 910, the 905 still does the occasional New Smyrna haul.
FEC has stepped up resources to help with the rush to resupply during the COVID 19 outbreak. 905 hauls containers north.
The trains must roll! FEC 101 kicks up some dust scooting through MOW work hustling critical supplies to SoFlo during the COVID 19 crisis.
Through the uncertain cloud filled sky, a ray of light which is fitting for the times we live in. Trains are critical now as they keep the needed supplies moving, regardless of COVID 19.
FEC ran a rail train added a transformer load to it as well.. FEC does things efficiently.
FEC 105 ran today as it sometimes does with ethanol loads. Many times as well EMD's power this train when it runs.
FEC 905 hauling intermodal north from New Smyrna.
FEC 905 roars into Bunnell with the New Smyrna Beach haul.
FEC 210 running late after a collision with a semi that resulted in the loss of the snowplow.
Notice anything missing? FEC 210 clipped a semi down south resulting in a 6 hour delay and a missing snow plow on the lead motor as a result of the collision. Fortunately no injuries.
FEC 905 returns north with an unusual configuration of power. 910 would be reinstated in March which will limit these moves.
A lucky break on a mostly unsettled week came at the right time as 905 works back northward.
The regular visit of the NS Geometry train.
FEC 905 with it's favorite motor 422 heads south.
FEC 905 returns north.