FEC 101 races a SUV splashing out of Bunnell as the rain continues. This is the very last photo of a train from my 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee, after 405,000 miles of adventures.
FEC 101 hammers through a thundery downpour at Colfax. Florida has been hammered with persistent rain due to a plume of tropical moisture locked over the state.
The Last One The last GP40-2 ever built leads 905 on a wet unsettled afternoon. The tropical rainy season got off to an early start this year, rain every day now for a week.
FEC 218 heads through Bunnell in a brief spell of sunshine on what has been a very wet and unsettled week. 218 has been running w/o LNG these past few weeks.
Sometimes the FEC surprises you! Today was such a day, FEC 141 with a Lil Champ leader and 8 tanks for City Point.
FEC 226 crosses the tidewater. Some brush clearing here had opened up a few new angles of what is likely the most photographed bridge on the FEC.
FEC 226 swings into St. Augustine, the last of a three train parade this morning.
Sometimes FEC 230 will look like a throwback to 2012...However the 230 no longer runs.
The sun has swung far enough around for the "marsh shot" Here FEC 218 trundles across the tidal marshes.
FEC 101 slides into Dorena Siding passing 905 holding the main down the line.
FEC Family Days train deadheads north thru Bunnell after working the Family Days event in New Smyrna.
FEC 101 roars thru a thunderstorm as a stalled weather system brought about 48 hours of solid heavy thundery rains to the area. Total amounts ranged from 3-5 inches.
The one that started the Champion fleet leads "the train to get" FEC 230. The 230 can bring any lashup imaginable on the FEC. 230 no longer runs.
FEC 226 in St. Augustine, note the SD40-2 as the 2nd motor. That is a bit unusual.
FEC 218 running a little late rolls across the tidewater