Very unusual in two aspects, odd lashup of power and running 8 hours late. It did make for a good birthday present, though I hate for the trains to be late, which is very rare on the FEC.
FEC lending Santa a hand on my birthday! Note the lack of LNG tank...unusual that is.
910 runs light past MOW returning south. It's rare to see 910 this far north these days. FEC MOW forces have been hard at work keeping things in top shape as they always do.
FEC 101 wheels out of Bunnell on a balmy afternoon with temperatures in the 70's.
FEC 101 thunders through Dorena.
It was a wet and unsettled thanksgiving in Florida with about 4-5 inches of rain falling inside of 24 hours. Here FEC 210 blasts through the thundery downpour.
Day before Thanksgiving and the FEC is hard at work bringing "stuff" to Miami. The home in the background is over 100 years old.
Work train FEC 415 rolls into Bunnell. Work trains are somewhat common as the FEC strives to keep it's ROW in top shape.
FEC 101 kicks up the dust from recent MOW work
FEC 101 slides out of Bunnell with the standard LNG set.
FEC 101 slides through Bunnell with the standard LNG set.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell on a cooler Florida day.
FEC 101 rolls through Dorena as cooler fresher air moves into Florida.
FEC ran a 141 extra today, with two EMD's leading, something fairly rare these days.
FEC 101 flies past standing water left over from recent rains.