FEC 101 in Bunnell
One year ago...and one day I took this very same shot on my wedding day! Though big M's were in charge then, the GEVO's rule now with some EMD on the side.
It's a warm mid 80's day as 101 rolls through Bunnell.
Who wudda thunk a few years ago that GE rule the FEC...but here we are. 101 with high priority stuff for southern Florida hustles through Colfax lead by 2 C4's.
It's a warm breezy day as 101 hustles south with racks and intermodal.
FEC 101 swings around the curve leaving Bunnell on a warm 83 degree afternoon. Today's 101 had three big champs.
Florida East Coast train No. 101 led by new GE ES44C4s Nos. 818, 800 and 809 flies across Spruce Creek just south of Spruce Creek siding south of Port Orange, Florida, on January 13, 2015.
Pulled down by the yard crew, FEC 101 is ready for the road crew to make their run down to Miami.
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
On a mild day, FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell with three motors in charge. FEC 101 is the hottest train on the FEC with high priority stuff for south Florida.
101 rushes through Colfax on the first warm day (for us) in a few days. Two motors today.
Fore! Two golfers prepare to tee-off while the legendary engineer Dave Shelley hustles over 10,000 feet of intermodal through Daytona Beach on a fabulous January afternoon.
Surprise! Every once in a while the FEC throws a surprise at you, like this ES44 - GP40-2 lashup on the high priority 101. A chilly day with a high of 46...
Champs X 3 leads 101 on a crisp chilly day in northeast Florida. 101 was pretty much right on time which is normal for the clockwork running FEC.