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.
FEC 101 thunders through Colfax on a chilly day in northeast Florida. In the consists, 434 now a retro blue, the last GP40-2 ever built.
Close but no cigar! It is 6:12:30 pm, and FEC train 101 arrived about 4 minutes before a Falcon 9 rocket was scheduled to launch behind the locomotives at 6:10:12 pm. The rocket launch was scrubb... (more)
FEC 817 and 806 begin to accelerate train 101 out of Bowden Yard and Sunbeam siding on their journey to Miami.
FEC 101 rushes through a lucky spell of sunshine on a cool and clouding up day in northeast Florida. Today's 101 had about 9,700 ft and three big champs.
The outbound crew for train 101 prepares to take the train south towards Miami. The yard hostler, who took the train out of Bowden yard to the end of the double tracks at Sunbeam, will drive the ... (more)
11,000 ft rolls through the wildlands west of Palm Coast on a nice afternoon.
ECH and an extraboard conductor are onboard Train 101, highballing out of Bowden Yard and splitting a classic pair of searchlight signals.
101 highballs out of Bowden Yard and through Sunbeam.
A handful of golfers pause as ECH guides Train 101 through the Daytona Beach Golf Club on a lovely mid afternoon in the Sunshine State.
FEC 101 rounds the curve out of Bunnell with three big champs in charge of about 2 miles of train.
A classic shot of FEC 101 in Bunnell as the sun is starting to allow such views again. A short train today maybe 5K ft.
FEC 101 crests the "hill" at Colfax, heading for Miami on a cool breezy day.
An appropriate sign at Sunbeam as 101 departs on time with two of it's "Champs'