FEC 226 wanders into St. Augustine, my last train of 2016. The LNG fuel has really made some changes on the FEC this year past.
The Silver Star slides through Seville Florida disturbing the quiet briefly. Of note the Dash 8 2nd motor, which is uncommon but not rare.
FEC 101 swings into Bunnell on a warm day. The LNG sets are becoming more prominent on through freights.
FEC 101 shows up with a little bit of help.
As usual, FEC jumped right back into action after the holiday. The first train was 141 bringing a southbound in favorable light across the marsh a shot I been trying to get for years.
On a foggy Christmas Eve FEC 226 crosses the tidewater in St. Augustine. The Florida white Christmas usually means fog.
On Christmas Eve FEC 210 swings around a curve into the Nation's oldest city on a mild morning.
On a very warm day, FEC 101 rolls through the small community of Favoretta.
FEC 210 has been running earlier these day, seen here with the LNG tender. A contrast from 226 that had an EMD lashup.
FEC 226 lead by a solid EMD lashup an image that could have been easily taken 3 years ago, however these days fairly rare. But it happens once in a while.
Exceptionally rare for a single GEVO to lead a train on the FEC. This was the Monday only 228 on a foggy morning in the Nation's Oldest City.
You know it's Christmas in Florida when the FEC Christmas train arrives! Here attendees get a close look at the big ES44C4 as others in the background meet "Santa"
FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell on a warm afternoon.
FEC 101 rolls into New Smyrna Beach with one of the LNG sets. I ran up the bridge for this shot collecting about 4.7 billion sand spurs which took me 20 minutes to pull off me later.
FEC 101 swings through with the 2nd LNG set on the railway