FEC ran an extra ahead Tropical Storm Isaias trying to get things moved before the storm.
Through a thundery downpour.
FEC train 905 trundles through Bunnell a bit earlier than usual.
Sunrail P306 approaches the draw at the St. Johns River.
Sunrail P315 rolls across the St. Johns River. COVID 19 dramatically cut ridership, but trains roll on providing service for two major hospitals that have stops on or near the route.
The Florida Northern hardly ever moves here, except when it does. The seldom used lines west of Gainesville and Ocala saw some storage car moves, the only action rarely seen here.
FEC 202 dropping off rock at New Smyrna Beach. After the drop they would wait for 107 before heading north.
An early 202 arrives at New Smyrna Beach to set out some rock loads from SoFlo. The earlier run allowed for some daylight photos here.
FEC 202 ran a little bit early today allowing for some daylight shots up at the north end of the railroad today.
After waiting about 45 minutes FGAR's LCBA gets permission to head for Baldwin Yard to interchange with CSX,
The LCBA left a bit earlier on this chase allowing the first well lit shot in Olustee.
FEC 109 and 210 have returned after a few months off but only on certain days. Here 210 is running late as Maryann gets her shot.
The reliable to photograph FEC 226 twists through Moultrie Junction.
An early running 905 arrives at Colfax to work a local industry.
FEC 905 rolling through the salt marshes. The 422 in Retro Blue, once again seems to be on this job and has been the standard motor for 905 for quite some time.