FEC 101 slices through the north Florida woods near Palm Coast.
811, 803, 815 & 816 cross the San Sebastian river at Saint Augustine whilst working FEC226-16, 2300 Miami Hialeah-Jacksonville Bowden Yard, 17 July.
FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell on a warm afternoon.
#226 has 811 leading the LNG fuel tender #300 and GE #3000 today, after setting off cars in New Smyrna Beach. There are two more LNG fuel tenders, haven't seen them on the road yet.
East Coast Hogger has his headlights on as 101 prepares to depart the busy Bowden yard.
Ready, set, GO! FEC 101 on the left preps for departure as FEC 107 works the yard on the right. Cool birthday present for me!
FEC 226 swings into St. Augustine on a beautiful mild morning. Today's 226 had a big champ little champ working together to bring stuff northward to Bowden Yard and points north.
Trick or Treat! On Halloween we get the "treat". FEC 226 lead b a big champ and a retro blue reflecting the tidewater. On a very warm morning in St. Augustine.
811 on the 111. This is the first time I have caught this train without extra power on it. Usually motors bound for New Smyrna are ferried by 111 but not this time.
Occasionally strange consists show up like this ES44, GP38-2 and GP40-2 on 226. The retro blues look good next to the Champion.
Today's 226 steps across the high tidewater at St. Augustine.
A trio of golfers pause before teeing off to watch Florida East Coast train No. 101, which reliably leaves Jacksonville after lunchtime, pass the Daytona Beach Golf Club.
It's a cool kind of cloud day due to a winter storm miles away, but a lucky spell of sun finds 101 at South Dorena. The GEVO's are firmly in control.
FEC 101 with three locomotives going through Colfax
FEC 101 thunders through Colfax on a chilly day in northeast Florida. In the consists, 434 now a retro blue, the last GP40-2 ever built.