FEC ran an extra ahead Tropical Storm Isaias trying to get things moved before the storm.
Through a thundery downpour.
FEC train 905 trundles through Bunnell a bit earlier than usual.
Florida East Coast 210 rolls into Bunnell running a few hours late. This train has come back after taking some time off.
FEC 109 and 210 have returned after a few months off but only on certain days. Here 210 is running late as Maryann gets her shot.
Praise FEC, FEC 905 and EMD. Two FEC long time workhorses haul 905 toward Jax from New Smyrna Beach, LHF. Fun with 4's an 1's 441 and 411.
FEC 101 roars through Bunnell as tropical thundery rain rolls in with the train. The rainy season is in full swing here.
FEC 240 ran today... even though it is sunny, the Saharan Dust Layer was easily seen in the skies
A short 202 ran today out of New Smyrna Beach. Catching a GP38-2 leading on a mainline train here, or anywhere really these days is quite rare. Throwback to the 1980's when this was common.
FEC 202 ran today out of New Smyrna Beach passing through Bunnell.
The hard working 905 heads back toward Jax.
FEC 905 roaring back north.
The 101 blasts out of a torrential rain shower brought on by developing tropical cyclone Bertha that formed off shore.
Sometimes the FEC throws a surprise at you. This 900 turned up reminding us that EMD is alive and well on this railway.
FEC 905 it's work done heads back for Bowden.