FEC 905 doing the "New Smyrna Beach Haul" which occasionally when it happens features motors being ferried to Bowden.
After a long days work, FEC 905 heads back to Bowden and Jacksonville.
Up north they get legendary snows. Here we get legendary rain and even in the dry season it is not unheard of to get a good downpour. Such as the case here as 905 starts back toward Jax.
FEC 402 returning delivers a gondola to the Bunnell Team Track....something that happens on a few times a year.
FEC work train toting an undercutter southward through Palm Coast. The FEC is very intense in making sure their right of way is in top shape.
Back in America now... FEC 426 an old workhorse rests at Bowden Yard.
905 Charges north towards Bowden yard.
Long hood forward and southbound local leaves just shortly after FEC 210 arrived.
FEC 905 with a GP40-2, likely the breed of EMD that will continue to work for the FEC for the foreseeable future as the through trains will get the GE's but locals will continue EMD powered.
FEC 905 trundles through St. Augustine heading for the Wilbur Wright Lead.
How long will 2nd generation power be found on priority trains? Maybe not much longer as new ES44C4's are coming. But for now you can get shots like this on a cool windy morning.
One of if not the most unique consist I have ever seen on the FEC. This one including a Tasmanian locomotive being tested along with some progress rail power. Testing at Bayard.
FEC 905 and it's hard working crew have just run around their train at Dorena and are on their way back towards Jacksonville.