FEC 101 roars through Bunnell as tropical thundery rain rolls in with the train. The rainy season is in full swing here.
FEC 226 at St. Augustine
The trains must roll! FEC 101 kicks up some dust scooting through MOW work hustling critical supplies to SoFlo during the COVID 19 crisis.
818 & 823 approach New Smyrna Beach whilst working FEC101 from Bowden to Hialeah
FEC 101 blasts through Dorena as thunderstorms blow up in the distance. Tropical moisture from what would become Nestor was already blowing in well ahead of the storm.
FEC 101 wanders through Bunnell on the one nice day of several unsettled days in north Florida.
No LNG! 101 hustles south thru the jungle west of Palm Coast. Note Susan Komen motor 3rd out. Very uncommon for a non LNG thru train these days.
FEC 218 cruises north through the Saint Augustine Marsh just prior to dawn on a beautiful morning in Florida.
Bridges are synonymous with the FEC and Stuart is by far my favorite. FEC is still a pioneer in railroading, being the only railroad to successfully utilize LNG as a diesel fuel.
FEC 101 drags a little champ along for the ride.
Rolling southward, FEC 101 approaches Bunnell on a very warm election day. Many have voted the "Champion" livery as one of the prettiest out there but there are others the I think can compete.
Brand new Florida East Coast GE ES44C4 Nos. 818, 800 and 809 powering train No. 101 zip over Spruce Creek just south of Port Orange, Florida, on January 13, 2015.
818 & 820 cross Cypress Creek, Fort Lauderdale whilst hauling FEC121-20 from Bowden Yard to Hialeah, 21 Nov 2017
FEC 101 splits Bunnell on a warm tropical afternoon....the LNG fuel sets are now commonplace.