FEC 101 splits Bunnell on a warm tropical afternoon....the LNG fuel sets are now commonplace.
The oldest motor in the fleet rides solo toward New Smyrna Beach.
FEC 101 slides out of Bunnell.
FEC 101 approaches Bunnell. The blue motor is GETX 3000 leased when the LNG program started. Now just about all thru freights are LNG powered.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell with the now standard Liquefied Natural Gas set. The LNG fuel is mixed with diesel and helps the FEC cut fuel costs.
FEC 101 thunders into Dorena with the now standard LNG power set. Amazing how quick things have changed.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell, as the FEC continues to bounce back from Irma.
After Irma The FEC gets into the swing of things on the 2nd day of operations with a fleet of southbound extras include the 900.
Hola! Executives from Grupo Mexico take a ride on their new railway today! FEC BIZ 10 made the run all the way to Miami. Note 713 714 in sequence.
FEC 101 rolls through a tropical thundery rain, typical of the Florida summer.
Due to a derailment on NS the day before, FEC had to play catch up with this mid day extra today.
The Friday New Smyrna Beach to Jax forwarded by 905 freight. Sometimes this move has an odd lashup as like today due to power being brought up from the shops.
Old Skewl, New Skewl Two EMD's with new and old liveries bring the 905 north with the normal Wed / Fri New Smyrna loads.
FEC 905 rushes north with freight from New Smyrna Beach with two 2K Blues leading, a paint scheme becoming more scarce. Thunderstorms boil in the distance from a passing tropical system.
FEC 905 with a bit of an odd lashup today.