FEC 905 works back toward Jacksonville after working points south, a new scheme since the abolishment of 910.
FEC 905 rolls south of Bunnell to work points near Daytona Beach and to New Smyrna. A new roll for this local.
With 905 handling the business that 910 once worked, 905 passing through Bunnell to points south is a regular thing.
FEC 910 abolished! Now FEC 905 works all the way to New Smyrna as needed in addition to local work sending the train south of Bunnell. 910 had been around as long as I have been here (1980)
Specialize Rail Transport turbine move from North Carolina to south Florida for Florida Power & Light. FEC extra train 141 in special service prepares to knock down the signal at the NE of Bayard ... (more)
FEC 141 ran today with a generator for FP&L bound for Ft Pierce. The first caboose I have ever seen on the FEC in at least 30 plus years.
A FEC local heads south through St. Augustine Florida. It will clear up on the south side of the town to make way for train 101.
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 roars north through Bunnell, Florida with extra freight from New Smyrna Beach a Wed & Friday move.
FEC 905 heads north with loads from NSB and 2 motors bound for Jax. Wed and Fri seems to be the days when extra freight from New Smyrna is sent to Jax.
FEC 905 heads north with loads from 910 bound for Jax. Wed and Fri seems to be the days when extra freight from New Smyrna is sent to Jax.
A suprise today! This showed up! FEC 240 with what appears to be cars and a locomotive that was leant to NASA.
A good look at FEC 416, the latest repaint on the railway. It's similar to the original 1960's paint scheme, exception being the logo on the nose & letters are white, the originals were yellow.
FEC 910 making an uncommon appearance in Bunnell slows to work T-Brand. The 416 is the latest repaint on the railway.
FEC 416 shoves it's train FEC 910 towards Sunbelt to work that industry before working back south. It's pretty uncommon for 910 to get this far north.