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.
The hot 101 hustles into Bunnell with the 821 leading.
FEC 101 detours around Miss Patty's hard working MOW crews working on the main up the line. Look close and spot the SD40-2.
FEC 101 runs around FEC 905, which is working Florida Rock off of the main.
Rolling southward, FEC 101 approaches Bunnell on a very warm election day. Many have voted the "Champion" livery as one of the prettiest out there but there are others the I think can compete.
A shorter than normal 101 today due to some disruptions on connecting railroads from Michael. Locally the hurricane brought some unsettled weather but left this part of Florida unscathed.
FEC 101 thunders into Dorena with a friendly wave from David Shelley the famous "East Coast Hogger".
FEC train 105 overtakes FEC 905 at Dorena (seen way back there). The 105 has been running on Thursdays as needed usually an hour or two after 101.