Dorian Relief The FEC collected relief supplies in September for the victims of Hurricane Dorian and shipped to the Bahamas, some of it on today's 101.
FEC 900 rolls northward through Bunnell
FEC 226 on a warm morning with some extra power which sometimes occurs on a Sunday. Meanwhile 60-70 miles north of here severe storms rage in south Georgia.
FEC 105 actually ran today and is seen passing through Bunnell as showers move in.
FEC 226 rounds into Bunnell as Sub Tropical Storm Alberto moves in. Today's 226 had a dual LNG lashup and solid FEC boxes.
FEC 222 running usually late, rolls through St. Augustine with Tropicana loads.
FEC 218 usually through here before sunrise ran a little late allowing for a shot of this train.
FEC 101 on a chilly day
A rare 141 ran with a solid enthanol train. These are fairly rare and more so rare by running in daylight.
FEC 109 trundles across the water at Stuart. 109 is an easy shot here most days, turning up between 8-9 AM give or take.
It was a wet and unsettled thanksgiving in Florida with about 4-5 inches of rain falling inside of 24 hours. Here FEC 210 blasts through the thundery downpour.
FEC 226 wanders through St. Augustine with some power balancing in the lashup.
FEC 101 on a nice day at Colfax. Dual sets of the GEVO's will be tough to get once the rest of the LNG tenders arrive likely in April or May.
FEC 101 shows up with a little bit of help.
FEC 226 with four motors rumbles through the tidal marshes of St. Augustine. It's pretty rare to get this many motors on an FEC train but happens on occasion when power needs to be moved.