FEC 107 in St. Augustine, Daylight Savings Time changes make this shot doable, however schedule changes are planned on June 1 and we don't know how it plays out with this train.
The daylight time change and longer hours of light make shots of107 doable again. This train normally gets here near 1830 but can be earlier or later, but is much later on Saturdays.
On a day that started with hail and even a localized weak tornado, turned settled and seasonable by the time 101 came.
FEC 101 hustles south. Recent land clearing here has opened up this area to more light.
Every once in a while the FEC 905 comes back with a surprise
101 slices through the north Florida wilderness.
FEC 202 about 10 hours late which is exceptionally rare for the the railway that runs like a Swiss watch. But made for rare photo op.
FEC 101 burst into Colfax
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