As a winter storm begins to tighten it's grip, yet another NS intermodal hustles west.
A westbound emerges out of the snow on the west slope as the winter storm intensifies. The storm would bring about 8 inches of snow give or take along with some freezing rain.
Pushers assist an intermodal up the mountain. Lots of things have changed since my last visit here about 9 years ago. But the volume of trains has not changed at all.
NS trains pass at Casandra as the first big winter storm of the season moves into the region.
An NS train rolls west as the first major winter storm of the season gets started on the west slope. This was one of the very few coal trains we saw, dramatically less than 10 years ago.
FEC 905 doing the New Smyrna Beach haul, which seems to be a thing again.
FEC 226 rolling through the Nations oldest city.
FEC 101 detours around Miss Patty's hard working MOW crews working on the main up the line. Look close and spot the SD40-2.
FEC's hottest train rolls out of Bunnell.
The Tuesday only as needed 228 is currently the train to get these days on the north end. It can run with anything on the FEC roster, this day we were gifted a little Champ, 3rd train this A.M.
101 zips south with the Famous Dave Shelly riding shotgun today.
Progressive FEC roars to life in 2019 with the first train out an extra 141 bound for Miami. Earlier train made for a rare well lit southbound in Bunnell.
On Boxing day, the FEC starts moving boxes once again.
Twas the day before Christmas all along the line, the FEC was getting their crews home on time.
FEC GEVO's perform the "Feats of Strength" on Festivus giving Santa a hand.