Hard working local FEC 905 rolls past some MOW work on the way to Ormond for some more work.
The 905 heads back north with intermodal from New Smyrna.
FEC 905 creeps south to position for rock dumping on the ROW.
FEC 905 dumps some rock for MOW work in Bunnell. Other roads struggle with "PSR" but FEC has been running that way since the 60's, if it can be done on one trip instead of two, they will do it.
FEC 422 leads the 905 southward in a lucky spell of sunshine.
In an unusual move, FEC 910 ran from New Smyrna to Bowden with intermodal to Jax and then returned dragging a sole GP38-2 likely for work at the New Smyrna shops.
FEC 905 rumbles through the Florida jungles and swamps west of Palm Coast lead by the mighty 422 which has been a favorite motor for this train.
FEC 905 with 6,500 feet of train
FEC train 905 trundles through Bunnell a bit earlier than usual.
An early running 905 arrives at Colfax to work a local industry.
FEC 905 rolling through the salt marshes. The 422 in Retro Blue, once again seems to be on this job and has been the standard motor for 905 for quite some time.
The hard working 905 heads back toward Jax.
FEC 905 roaring back north.
FEC 905 it's work done heads back for Bowden.
Sometimes 905 brings a surprise, as power at New Smyrna Beach occasionally gets picked up after repair. Even after reinstatement of 910, the 905 still does the occasional New Smyrna haul.