FEC 950 heads into the former Conrad Yelvington rock yard to pick up empty gondolas.
FEC 432 runs long hood forward as it leads the local 920 north across the Crane Creek bridge in downtown Melbourne.
FEC 905 coming back north with 432. It seems that 422 and 432 have been the favorite motors on this job for a while now.
FEC 905 rounds the bend working northward through Bunnell
Very weird crossing malfunction caused all gates in Bunnell to come down for lengths of time. As per rules, 905 stopped and flagged each crossing. Very unusual on the normally smooth running FEC.
FEC 905 returning northward through Bunnell.
FEC 905 hauls north through a thundery downpour. The rainy season showed up in force during the month of June
432 seemed to be the motor of choice this week. 905 returning from Holly Hill. This train has become a mostly reliable contender for the pm Bunnell shot on most weekdays.
FEC 905 comes north with the New Smyrna Beach haul with a little help.
FEC 905 hustles north through Bunnnell
210 had a bad day...FEC 806 failed causing a rare delay to 210. 432 was placed on the point and with a SD40-2 on the rear of the LNG tank and we have an EMD powered train!
FEC 432 races north towards the Pineda siding with train 915 in tow.
FEC 920 rolls through Stuart Florida
Florida East Coast EMD GP40-2 No. 432 leads a small mixed freight south along the FEC main at St. Augustine.