The mighty 101 rolls into Bunnell on time. It was brisk day in Florida the first day of meteorological winter, temps only making the mid 50's.
FEC 905 with the current oldest motor on the railway leads 905 out of Dorena after being overtaken by 101.
FEC 101 with 801 blasts out of Dorena on a warm but dry day, overtaking FEC 905 hidden behind the train. Today's 101 had some auto racks bound for SoFlo.
Under threatening skies, FEC 101 hustles into Bunnell. Florida has seemed to have resumed it's "rainy season" due to tropical moisture overspreading the state.
The 101 blasts out of a torrential rain shower brought on by developing tropical cyclone Bertha that formed off shore.
The trains still roll! FEC now is swaping crews home on every train to minimize crew exposure to COVID 19. The FEC is helping resupply southern Florida due to the run on stores.
FEC 101 rolls into Bunnell. Track for a grade crossing project on County Road 13 waits for it's installation.
FEC 101 powers through Dorena, kicking up some dust.
The first 101 of 2020!
FEC 101 comes out of the siding to avoid a MOW speed restriction.
FEC 101 rolls into Bunnell.
Temperatures flirt with 90 as FEC's hottest train cruises into Bunnell.
FEC 101 rolls out of Dorena with the standard consist of an LNG set.
It is a warm last day of March as 101 roars into town lead by 800 the one that lead the GEVO revolution on the FEC. You can see the entire train in this image.
FEC 905 winds out of Dorena bound for New Smyrna Beach, passing hard working MOW crews keeping things in tip top shape.