Once in a great while when extra freight at New Smyrna needs to go north too much for 202 and 905 does not get it, this happens.
FEC 101 wanders through Bunnell on the one nice day of several unsettled days in north Florida.
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 905 doing the New Smyrna Beach Haul.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell with a 100 year old home in the background.
A very rare solid coal train rolls into Bunnell. Coal goes to a cement plant oven in Miami about once a month, usually attached to other trains. Very rare for an extra to run.
FEC 905 swings into Bunnell.
No LNG! 101 hustles south thru the jungle west of Palm Coast. Note Susan Komen motor 3rd out. Very uncommon for a non LNG thru train these days.
FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell with 501 in the lashup.
FEC 905 winds out of Dorena bound for New Smyrna Beach, passing hard working MOW crews keeping things in tip top shape.
FEC 905 works back toward Jacksonville after working points south, a new scheme since the abolishment of 910.
The hot 101 hustles into Bunnell with the 821 leading.
FEC 905 rolls south of Bunnell to work points near Daytona Beach and to New Smyrna. A new role for this local since the end of train 910.
FEC 808 leads 101 on the 18th of February with temps in the mid 80's.
With 905 handling the business that 910 once worked, 905 passing through Bunnell to points south is a regular thing.