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.
FEC 101 splits downtown Bunnell just as many trains have been doing for over 100 years.
FEC 910 abolished! Now FEC 905 works all the way to New Smyrna as needed in addition to local work sending the train south of Bunnell. 910 had been around as long as I have been here (1980)
FEC 905 doing the "New Smyrna Beach Haul" which occasionally when it happens features motors being ferried to Bowden.
FEC 101 rolls through the tiny community of Favoretta.
Wheeling out of Bunnell on a warm afternoon.
FEC 101 blasts into Colfax, a tiny little spot not even on a map, closest "town" would be Marineland to the east.
FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell on a warm day.
A CSX tank train rolls thru Berea with some borrowed help.
A rare daylight Lake Shore Limited passes by, running late due to the winter weather disruptions.
A set of SD40E's rolled by. I expected these on the west siope, but not here!
At the famous Berea, an NS train waits for others to clear including a late Amtrak. Area railroads were recovering from the extreme cold and snow that impacted the area.
Bitterly cold, temps near 6 degrees F. NS 55K rolls west as a young railfan films the action. This very train we saw leave Cresson the day before.