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.
Day before Thanksgiving and the FEC is hard at work bringing "stuff" to Miami. The home in the background is over 100 years old.
Work train FEC 415 rolls into Bunnell. Work trains are somewhat common as the FEC strives to keep it's ROW in top shape.
The FCRD transfer job rumbles off the island crossing the Intracoastal bound for Yulee.
First Coast Railroad works the port at the north end of Amelia Island.
FEC 101 kicks up the dust from recent MOW work
FEC 226 on a beautiful Sunday morning! A bit of extra power picked up from New Smyrna including FEC 434.
The Last One! FEC 434 is the very last GP40-2 ever built.
The original LNG set rushes 101 through Colfax
FEC 101 slides out of Bunnell with the standard LNG set.
The Golden Triangle train heads toward Mt. Dora with the repainted ACL unit trailing.
The Golden Triangle train arrives at Mt. Dora.
The Golden Triangle train rolls out of Tavares, passing hurricane debris still waiting to be collected. The 1030 will be repainted into it's original L&N livery soon.
The ACL lives! Sort of... new start up Orlando and Northwestern 1510 got an ACL inspired pain job.
The newest passenger start up in the Orlando area is the Orlando & Northwestern! Seen here in Eustis for the first trip of the day. The 1030 is set to be repainted into it's original L&N scheme.