FEC 105 roars out of Bunnell with recently reactived FEC 709 looking a little worse for wear helping out.
Dodging cloud shadows the reliable 202 rolls nortth though the marsh.
Changes to 103/204 now make them a Jax - Fort Pierce and back run, note the back to back power leading.
Dodging cloud leftover from Tropical Cyclone Alex off shore, the 202 rolls north thru the marsh. A shot that works in Summer. No LNG set lashups are fairly uncommon.
A very very late 202 by about 10 hours rolls into Bunnell. Exceptionally rare for a train to be this late on the FEC.
FEC 103 at Colfax
FEC 103 in the sun at Bunnell
The 103 ran late today with no LNG tender
103 hustles into Bunnell
FEC 202 (former 226) rolls across the tidewater in the Nations oldest city.
The FEC 105 which is the former 101 roars out of Bunnell
Florida East Coast train 204 rumbles across the Jupiter Bridge alongside construction for the Brightline passenger service
At this tropical locale, FEC 204 trundles across the tidewater past construction of the Brightline project. 204 no longer runs this far south.
FEC 103 passing over the waters of the Tomoka River
FEC 103 has departed Jacksonville at its 8AM scheduled time races along U.S. 1 as it heads south for Miami.