FEC 905 returns north with a "long" train of 3 cars.
FEC 905 rolls past a stop board after getting permission to proceed.
FEC 230 rumbles across the marshland. Today 230 was ahead of both 218 & 226 and continues to bring "anything on the FEC roster" power. 230 no longer runs.
FEC 905 with 2K Blue 421 leading. For years 905 was long hood forward south but in the past year now runs short hood forward south and long back north.
The hard working crew of FEC 905 hustles back towards Bowden Yard. The 421 is in the Millennium Blue scheme which is getting harder to find with the retro blue repaints coming in.
The Train Gods Giveth The sun came out for a short spell just as this rare 12 hour late train 212 rolled through Bunnell in PM light, a very rare thing these days.
It's work done, FEC 905 heads back toward Bowden Yard.
Work Train 402 after delivering an undercutter south, picked up a rack with a busted coupler, to take to Jax for repair. The efficiency of the FEC seen here by knocking 2 birds with one stone.
A rare morning southbound reveals 421 toting an undercutter south. Lots of infrastructure improvements coming, including double tracking the main.
It's a beautiful morning in St. Augustine as #421 leads NB train 226 over the San Sebastian Bridge.
FEC 226 with shades of blue. The 501 has now been repainted into the "retro blue" scheme similar to the 416's paint job.
The new leading the old, FEC 421 with the 2000's FEC paint scheme leads FEC 403 the last GP40 still wearing the "going places in Florida" logo of the 1980's.
New and the old, the first motor 421 wears the modern FEC paint scheme applied in the 2000's while the 403 (seldom out on the road) is the last remaining FEC GP40 wearing the 1980's going places i... (more)