Happy Thanksgiving! FEC ran a handful of trains on turkey day, one of them FEC 101 sen swinging out of Bunnell with two ES44's
FEC 101 with #804 leading. The 804 was the first ES44C4 to ever lead an FEC train back on 11/21/2014.
FEC 101 sweeps through the curve in Bunnell, Florida on another summer like day.
FEC 101 at Dorena approaching Bunnell on a very warm day. Temps were flirting with 90 as 101 thundered through.
Two miles of train make up 101 today, heading past the thick green foliage that is sub tropical Florida. More and more UPS is showing up on 101 these days.
FEC 101 slams through a crossing at Colfax finding a lucky beam of sunlight on an unsettled day. Today's 101 was 12,000 ft.
FEC 101 with two big champs and one little champ. With the SD40's starting to return they are starting to turn up on trains.
FEC 101 comes out of the siding after passing by a hard working FEC MOW crew. A lot of green back there, the EMP intermodal containers making themselves known.
A lucky patch of sun finds 101 on a partly cloudy and breezy day. First bit of cooler drier weather we have had since last spring.
FEC 101 rumbles through south Dorena with high priority "stuff" for Miami.
FEC 101 heads out of an intense tropical rainshower. Just a few minutes before the train arrived a torrential downpour was in progress but cleared just in time for this shot.
FEC 101 blasts through a squally tropical deluge partially from the remains of Erika. Heavy rains have caused the NWS to post Flood Watches for the region, as the FEC keeps going.
FEC 101 emerges from a storm, as two GEVO's haul stuff to Miami.
This one is for our kitty Morris who crossed over today. FEC 107 in St. Augustine.
FEC 101 rolls through the tropical rains on a Sunday afternoon. Today's 101 had the standard GEVO X 2 along with the standard daily deluge we usually get in the summer.