FEC 101 ran with an SD40-2 "Little Champ" 2nd out not your normal consist. Usually 101 is assigned a pair of C4's
It's a beautiful day and FEC 101 hustles thru Bunnell with three motors. You would never knoiw a hurricane was here 2 weeks ago.
First Trains after Hurricane Matthew. An SD40-2 lead 101 exceptionally rare these days. This was due to the GEVO's stuck down south after the hurricane.
FEC 101 with coal loads rolls into Bunnell as thunderstorms rumble in the distance. Coal comes down the FEC maybe monthly but it is rare for it to be on 101.
FEC 101 thundering through Colfax with stuff for south Florida. Famous engineer "David Shelly at the throttle.
FEC 101 blasts through Dorena on an usually dry cooler and clear day for this time of year. Today's 101 had the standard dual GEVO's on the point.
FEC 101 creeps through a work restriction on an unsettled day. We been getting a lot of tropical rain over the past few days as a system approaches from the south. Today's 101 lots of TOFC.
FEC 101 thunders out of Dorena approaching Bunnell
FEC 101 rolls through Dorena right on time with the standard twin GEVO's in charge.
Three elephant-style ES44C4s lead 101 over Turkey Creek.
FEC 101 taking the siding around 402.
FEC 101 swings into Bunnell on a breezy warm day with the famous East Coast Hogger at the throttle.
FEC 101 with three motors. Seems like whenever there are dignitaries in passenger cars at the end (there was) FEC throws an extra motor on the 101.
It's a very warm day as the hot 101 approaches.
FEC 101 at Dorena heading south.