Light power heading for JayJay to pick up NASA cars
Hard working 905 coming back north with the New Smyrna Beach haul. Since the end of 910 this is now a normal scheme Monday - Friday.
910 runs light past MOW returning south. It's rare to see 910 this far north these days. FEC MOW forces have been hard at work keeping things in top shape as they always do.
In an uncommon move FEC 910 made a trip up to Sunbelt Chemicals at Palm Coast. Usually 910 turns at Harwood about 15 miles south. This motor one of first dynamic brake on the FEC in 1986.
FEC 910 heads back to New Smyrna after meeting 210 at Harwood. The 430 and 431 were the first dynamic brake equipped motors on the railway, purchased in the mid 1980's.
RP Contributor Maryann snaps a few shots of local FEC 910 as they hustle back home to New Smyrna Beach ahead of 101. Yes there are still EMD's on the FEC.
FEC 910 seen in Bunnell. Lately 910 a New Smyrna Beach based local has been turning at Dorena instead of Harwood. FEC may be changing things a bit to better serve customers.
FEC 430 and the 5pm family days excursion train passes the row of flags displayed at the shopping center on the corner of Old St Augustine Rd and Phillips Hwy.
FEC 430 is back on the rails after being down for quite some time. The 430 and 431 were the first units with dynamic brakes ever purchased by the FEC in 1984.
FEC 123 swings onto the Stuart Bridge in this view from U.S. 1. FEC 430 was the first dynamic brake engine bought by the FEC.
FEC 206 reflects in the tidewater. FEC 430 was the first Dynamic Break equipped engine purchased by the FEC in the mid 1980's. If you look REAL close you can find the moon.
Southbound across the tropical waters of Stuart. This was the first dynamic brake equipped motor the FEC purchased back in the early 80's.
FEC 123 rolls across the tropical waters at Stuart. A great shot if you are lucky enough to pull it off! 123 no longer runs, but now 109 runs later making this shot easier.