FEC 905 blasts north with the New Smyrna Haul.
FEC 905 blasts south with one load. This was the very first motor to get the Retro Blue livery similar to which was applied to FEC locomotives in the early 1960's.
A 105 ran today consisting of one motor.
FEC 416 roars through Bunnell with 905's train heading for Halifax Paving.
The 905 heads back north
Retro Blue 416 the first motor to wear the livery roars out of Bunnell with loads for Halifax Paving near Ormond Beach.
FEC 416 pulls a cut of cars out of the NS facility in Hialeah, Florida
FEC 416 sits silently on one of the storage tracks in FEC's Fort Lauderdale yard with a recently applied GrupoMexico Transportes sticker. The application of GrupoMexico Transportes stickers on loc... (more)
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 role for this local since the end of train 910.
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.