FEC 905 rolls past a stop board after getting permission to proceed.
FEC 226 reflects off the tidewater
Thankful that this GE dominated railroad ran a 105 with three GP40-2's. Fun fact. all three worked on 905 this week.
FEC 905 returns northward with a little help from Susan Komen.
FEC 101 roars through Harwood.
FEC 905 heads south with 427 which was repainted into the 2KBlue scheme last year as the FEC abandoned the Retro Blue.
FEC 101 rolls into Bunnell.
FEC 905 heads back north after working industries in Daytona Beach.
FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell as normal on any given day.
One of FEC's old warriors roars past Mr. Belle's hard working MOW crews waiting for 905 to clear to get some track time.
The mighty 800 leads a LNG set through St. Augustine at the site of where the original station was in the 1800's.
FEC 101 wheels out of Bunnell. The pioneering and progressive FEC has made it a routine process using LNG powered trains for it's through freights. LNG fuel is cleaner and much cheaper.
FEC 434 the last GP40-2 ever built delivers one car south.
The Gods of Chaos threw some toward the Star today, the result was 91 being almost 6 hours late and a CSX leader. This made for an unusual photo op.
FEC 226 rolls across the tidewater on a brisk morning in the nation's oldest city. Nor'easter conditions the day before and lunar position have brought the tides a bit higher than normal.