FEC 101 ran with four motors...two dead in tow.
FEC 101 ducks into Bunnell with an LNG set.
Curfews in south Florida gave us a series of northbounds in Bunnell at the right time, just like the old days. Normally rare.
FEC's annual Christmas Train!
You know it's Christmas in Florida when the FEC Christmas train arrives! Here attendees get a close look at the big ES44C4 as others in the background meet "Santa"
The Florida East Coast Christmas train makes their way south through the marshes at St Augustine.
Departing Bowden Yard, FEC train 101 slows to stop to exchange yard crew for road crew. The railroad now has several LNG fuel tenders on the property so this will probably be the typical look for... (more)
Five on 226 this morning! Sundays of late FEC 226 has been bringing up extra power on occasion. Note the very high tide.
Lately 226 has been getting here ahead of the sun on Sundays but today he was later and had three motors. Cloud from a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico can be seen in the distance.
FEC 226 at Moultrie Junction. A careful observer will note just a touch of blue and pink...one of the Susan Komen motors was helping along.
FEC 101 on a beautiful day in Florida.
About two miles of train on 101 today, passing near Palm Coast.
FEC 226 with FEC stacks right behind the motors, a shot I been wanting for a while. Finally worked out on this cool morning.
FEC 224 with a bit of a surprise....4 ES44's leading this train today.
FEC 101 at Dorena approaching Bunnell on a very warm day. Temps were flirting with 90 as 101 thundered through.