The rail train, now empty hustles back north after working down to Spruce Creek.
FEC 101 runs around FEC 905, which is working Florida Rock off of the main.
FEC 415 laying rail as storms close in. The FEC is one of the most infrastructure intensive railways I have seen, always working to keep things in tip top shape.
FEC 101 drags a little champ along for the ride.
FEC 226 brings every locomotive type in use on the FEC through St. Augustine this morning.
Amtrak 91 lead solo by the Phase 1 motor of the Heritage Fleet.
As unsettled weather moves in, FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell. Dedicated to "Ron Charles" widely known locally as the news voice of WNZF radio. He passed on this week.
Rolling southward, FEC 101 approaches Bunnell on a very warm election day. Many have voted the "Champion" livery as one of the prettiest out there but there are others the I think can compete.
With a little sunlight to spare for the shot, FEC 905 returns north with the New Smyrna Beach haul. This appears to be a random move during the week.
Splitting Bunnell, FEC 101 passes through on time.
FEC 101 hustles south on a very warm day in October.
The 226 train rolls through the Ancient city with some extra motors today.
FEC 101 slams through a late October rainstorm that brought about 3 inches of rain to the area , which is a bit unusual for this time of year.
FEC 226 rolls through St Augustine. The always progressive FEC is running LNG fuel on just about all of it's through trains.
FEC 905 once again making the haul from New Smyrna, something not done since last year.