FEC 905 works back north with the New Smyrna Beach Haul
An early 202 creates a rare chance to shoot a NB here in good light. Rumored schedule changes may make this routine again.
FEC 905 roars south with two loads.
FEC 101 about an hour after a severe storm came through
FEC 905 blasts south with one load. This was the very first motor to get the Retro Blue livery similar to which was applied to FEC locomotives in the early 1960's.
FEC 905 with the For a Cure Susan Komen motor heads north with the New Smyrna Beach Haul. The 425 and 436 represent the Susan Komen organization supporting breast cancer research.
FEC 905 does the New Smyrna Haul with an extra motor thrown in.
The cool thing about Bunnell is you can move a short distance and get a new and different view of the FEC.
The 427 brings 905's New Smyrna Beach haul back north through Bunnell. One scheme is 910 brings the haul part way then 905 takes it onward.
FEC 101 hustles south. Recent land clearing here has opened up this area to more light and photo angles. Note the SD40-2
FEC 101 hustles south. Recent land clearing here has opened up this area to more light.
Local 905 scoots south with one load.
FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell. Some land clearing has recently occurred opening up the area for more sunlight.
A 105 ran today consisting of one motor.
FEC ran an unusual 900 train on this unsettled Valentines day as rain moves in, a unique Valentines Day Present.