Here comes 101 on a warm and somewhat unsettled day.
FEC 101 thunders south with an SD40-2 as the 2nd motor which is unusual.
FEC 230 wanders through with some extra motors from New Smyrna Beach. The fog had literally just lifted as the train arrived, you can see it hovering over the tree tops.
A foggy morning finds 226 lead by the mighty 800 through St. Augustine.
FEC 101 winds out of Bunnell
FEC 226 slides through the nations oldest city on a bright but cool morning. This morning's 226 was missing the normal LNG tanker.
FEC 230 winds through St. Augustine with an interesting consist. Trains 129/230 ran between Jax and Ft. Pierce making selected stops along the way. They no longer run.
The last day of January finds FEC 101 roaring south with Dave Shelly at the throttle.
FEC 101 hustles south once again missing the LNG tank.
Bit of an unusual lash up on 101 today. The big champ little champ combo is fairly rare on through freights let alone flagship 101.
The FEC business train with 715 on Biz5 on 1/15. This train stopped at Brightline's WPB station, the first passenger station stop for the Azelia since 1968.
FEC 141 ran today with a generator for FP&L bound for Ft Pierce. The first caboose I have ever seen on the FEC in at least 30 plus years.
FEC 226 on a brisk morning
Orlando Northwestern's Golden Triangle Service arrives at Mt Dora, with the CR800 in charge. Word is this motor will be around a while, enjoying a winter in Florida.
Up north they get legendary snows. Here we get legendary rain and even in the dry season it is not unheard of to get a good downpour. Such as the case here as 905 starts back toward Jax.