Very weird crossing malfunction caused all gates in Bunnell to come down for lengths of time. As per rules, 905 stopped and flagged each crossing. Very unusual on the normally smooth running FEC.
432 seemed to be the motor of choice this week. 905 returning from Holly Hill. This train has become a mostly reliable contender for the pm Bunnell shot on most weekdays.
FEC 905 hustles north through Bunnnell
FEC 905 rolling into Bunnell with an LNG set from the New Smyrna Shops.
FEC 433 rushes north with FEC's 905 local.
The latest FEC livery I have nick named "Grupo Blue" on FEC motor 412 leading 905. Any rebuilds will get this. The Champ scheme is safe on the mainline motors and won't be replaced.
Still a lot of EMD action on the FEC if you know where to look.
FEC 905 with two motors heads back north through Bunnell. The two motor configuration is rare for 905 and gave me memories of FEC in the 1980's when that was common.
FEC 905 roars north through Bunnell returning to Jacksonville.
FEC 905 thunders northward through Bunnell
FEC 905 doing the New Smyrna Beach Haul which now is much more common occurrence since the abolishing of FEC 910 with 905 now picking up the work.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell with a 100 year old home in the background.
FEC 101 splits downtown Bunnell just as many trains have been doing for over 100 years.
On Boxing day, the FEC starts moving boxes once again.
The rail train, now empty hustles back north after working down to Spruce Creek.