A close study of FEC 226's power, three schemes exist here, the Rail America 2008-2011, the blue dip as it's called about 2000-2008 and the original 1940's scheme which is now the new again.
FEC 226 arrives with an assortment of paint scheme dodging shadows of clouds blowing in off the ocean.
FEC 210 rolls through the aftermath of a tropical thunderstorm. Champion 713 being the 2nd motor today.
On a humid morning on the last day of May, 226 whistles through with 716 the latest repaint in the consist. More repaints are coming with 425,436, 720, 711 and 715 being done next.
Nice Sunday morning for fishing as FEC 226 passes overhead on its way to Jacksonville.
This is my 100th photo accepted on Rail Pictures, happens to be on my favorite bridge.
FEC 226 with FEC 716 the newest repaint into the new scheme helping the last "new" scheme across the tidewater.
FEC 226 with the latest two versions of the FEC scheme rolling across the Tomoka River. The 716 is the latest repaint to arrive with 425 and 436 being next.
FEC 101 with three motors roars out of Dorena on a warm afternoon. You can see one load of wood, uncommon for this train right behind the motors.
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FEC 101 with Dave Shelley at the throttle wheels around the curve in Bunnell heading for Miami. A crisp cool day in the 60's.
During a break in the seemingly endless rainy season FEC 101 featuring the famous FEC 714 blasts through Bunnell. FEC 101 has been getting 3 motors pretty routinely now.
Through a tropical thunderstorm typical of the Florida summer, high priority 101 slashes through the downpour and lightning. 101 has been running with three motors lately and occasionally autos.
Train 107 rolls over the San Sebastian River at the posted 30mph speed limit.