FEC 905 it's work done heads back for Bowden.
It is a blustery day in St. Augustine, as 226 running a bit late rumbles through.
St. Augustine Floida finds FEC 107 wheeling through the curves of Moultrie Junction, where the St. Auigustine depot once stood. The champ scheme looks great on the GE motors.
FEC 241 with #427 a repainted "2KBlue" leads an extra move northward. Dedicated to Colleen Steadman a longtime friend from high school who passed on today after bravely fighting an illness.
FEC 226 crossing the tidewater as RP Contributor and my Wife "MaryAnn" gets her shots. This is usually a pretty reliable train to photograph in the morning here.
FEC 107 rolls along the tidewater in the Nations Oldest City. The 107 is a reliable train to shoot in the spring and summer months here, turning up between 6-7 pm, an hour later on Saturday.
FEC 107 in the nation's oldest city Miami bound. Evidence of Henry Flagler's work is seen beyond the rails, the old HQ for the FEC along with the college once an FEC hotel seen in the distance.
FEC 101 with the famous East Coast Hogger blasts through Dorena
FEC's Flagship train blasts through Colfax
The COVID 19 crisis has brought unusual shorter consists to Silver Service trains, like the Silver Star.
With the time change, shots of 107 are possible again, giving us a socially distanced view in the nation's oldest city. The FEC continues to play a vital roll bringing supplies during COVID 19.
Last day of March finds 101 rolling out of Bunnell.
On a warm day my wife and I practice social distancing catching 101 hustling more needed supplies to SoFlo.
Today's 101 brought a few extra motors. The FEC has stepped up additional resources to help with the surge in shipping due to the run on stores from the COVID 19 Pandemic.
More supplies and such heading to SoFlo.