What a difference a week makes in the weather. Last week tides and rain, this week settled and sunny as 226 makes it's normal appearance.
FEC 226 on a beautiful morning
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell
FEC 226 on a calm morning
FEC 226 crossing the tidewater as RP Contributor and my Wife "MaryAnn" gets her shots. This is usually a pretty reliable train to photograph in the morning here.
FEC 101 rolls into Bunnell.
FEC ran a 900 to New Smyrna, this is the return trip. RP contributor Maryann Pickering waves to the crew after getting her shots.
My husband and I waited an hour and a half for this train but the light was perfect.
FEC 101 hustles south on a very warm day in October.
FEC 226 rolls through St Augustine. The always progressive FEC is running LNG fuel on just about all of it's through trains.
819 & 810 pass New Smyrna Beach whilst hauling FEC train 202-04 from Hialeah to Bowden
819 & 810 cross Spruce Creek whilst working FEC101-03 from Bowden to Hialeah
FEC 226 in St. Augustine, note the SD40-2 as the 2nd motor. That is a bit unusual.
FEC 101 swings into Bunnell
FEC train 226 rumbles through St. Augustine.