Under threatening skies, FEC 101 hustles into Bunnell. Florida has seemed to have resumed it's "rainy season" due to tropical moisture overspreading the state.
In an unusual move, FEC 910 ran from New Smyrna to Bowden with intermodal to Jax and then returned dragging a sole GP38-2 likely for work at the New Smyrna shops.
Grupo Blue 414 lead the 905 on this mild and settled day. The 414 and 412 are the only ones to wear this livery, so far.
On a cooler but settled day, 101 roars south.
The NASA cars now empty head back northward, after delivery in June and unloading over the summer at Kennedy Space Center.
Light power heading for JayJay to pick up NASA cars
FEC GETestTrain doing some testing for GE on a breezy unsettled day, thanks to Tropical Depression 19. The innovative railway would celebrate it's 125th birthday on the following day.
FEC 905 with 6,500 feet of train
The 202 ran out of New Smyrna today
FEC 210 comes north with some unusual power for a thru train. FEC 434 is the last GP40-2 ever built and the 436 is For a Cure representing Susan Komen Foundation.
FEC 905 returns northward through Bunnell after working points south.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell
A thunderstorm rages in the background as 905 works back north. The lightning was it's normal crazy Florida intensity but I could not land a bolt in the shot with the train.
First train after Tropical Storm Isaias, the sun starts to shine on 141 as the storm pulls away. Two LNG sets 12k ft of train.