Things are drying out after one week of unsettled weather from TC Eta. 101 is seen in the first sun we have had in about a week. Dedicated to JR Hibbard a railfan who passed on the day before.
FEC 101 roars south in the few minutes of sun we got on a mostly gloomy day. This location is a few miles west of Palm Coast where the main goes through old tree farms, swamps and jungle.
FEC's flagship train rolls through Bunnell with GP38-2 507 along for the ride.
FEC 107 rolls through Historic St. Augustine.
On a hot evening, just as the sun came out, FEC 107 rolls into into Moultrie junction.
FEC 226 rolls across the tidewater.
FEC 226 reflects off the tidewater
FEC 101 roars through Harwood.
FEC 101 hustles south on Halloween. After this weekend the time change will tree shadow this shot of 101 for some time to come.
Temperatures flirt with 90 as FEC's hottest train cruises into Bunnell.
Dorian Relief The FEC collected relief supplies in September for the victims of Hurricane Dorian and shipped to the Bahamas, some of it on today's 101.
FEC 900 rolls northward through Bunnell
FEC 226 on a warm morning with some extra power which sometimes occurs on a Sunday. Meanwhile 60-70 miles north of here severe storms rage in south Georgia.
FEC 105 actually ran today and is seen passing through Bunnell as showers move in.
FEC 226 rounds into Bunnell as Sub Tropical Storm Alberto moves in. Today's 226 had a dual LNG lashup and solid FEC boxes.