FEC 422 leads 905 on 7/22. 422 has been the favorite motor of 905 for a while.
The 802 leads a double LNG set across the tidewater in the Nations Oldest City.
The returning 905 sometimes has the feel of an old school 202 rolling northward through Bunnell.
The Sunday FEC 900 rolls into Bunnell Florida. The 900 has been running on every other Sunday or sometimes every Sunday working from Jax to New Smyrna Beach and return.
FEC 226 roars northward through Bunnell on a warm humid morning. The 226 train runs daily from Miami to Jax and is a pretty reliable target for rail photographers on the north end of the FEC.
FEC 226 races across the still waters of the Tomoka. For those wanting this shot, it only works in the summer months, 226 usually gets here between 7:30 and 8:30 am.
Sometimes 905 comes back with some surprises.
FEC 226 turned up with some extra power, there was even a GP40-2 just out of view.
More rails for the Virgin Trains USA project rolls through St. Augustine.
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.
FEC 905 returning northward through Bunnell.
FEC 905 hauls north through a thundery downpour. The rainy season showed up in force during the month of June
An Ethanol extra ran today running through a heavy intense tropical downpour. Rain was falling at a rate of 2 inches per hour, not that uncommon in the rainy season.
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 comes north with the New Smyrna Beach haul with a little help.