FEC 103 and leased CITX 142 bring the FEC train 202 north through Palm Bay, Florida.
FEC 103 races south past Mr. ECH, the East Coast Hogger, as he does a roll-bye inspection, while his train, FEC 202 with leased CITX 142, waits in the Palm Bay siding.
FEC 101 is right on time as it highballs south for Miami. Today the 103 still rides the rails but about 1200 miles north of this location as Vermont Railways 432.
In what is now a thing of the past, a pair of FEC SD70M-2's lead a Southbound autorack train through St. Augustine, FL
Dual classics with a bit of help lead I think for the first time on 101, a string of Tropicana cars south.
As the a few of the new GE's wait to be picked up in Erie, two of the classic SD70M-2's lead 101 on a warm day. You can see one of the new FEC containers right behind the motors.
For Joe Delarosby a Deputy with 20 plus years of service tragically passed away one week ago. As if he were watching from above a lucky spell of sun caught 101 in Palm Coast.
After getting bombed by rains the last few days, we finally catch some bright skies as 101 rls through Bunnell.
Southbound train 101 rolls through St. Augustine.
The big M-2's on the FEC, they have gotten a bit of a reprieve as expected GE Demos may not get here at all, but the new 24 GE's are still coming by years end. 101 had rock again.
FEC 101 with a rainbow of power, hustles through western Palm Coast with famous East Coast Hogger at the throttle. Will the SD70M-2's get replaced by GE's? Stay tuned...
FEC 226 rolls into St. Augustine on a warm Martin Luther King Day with two classic schemed 70M-2's. These days you never know what will up on mainline trains.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell on a cool December day.