FEC 101 rolls out of town.
The hot 101 hustles into Bunnell with the 821 leading.
No LNG tender is need today as only a pair of sequentially numbered GEVOs lead the 9934 foot long southbound FEC 101 train over Crane Creek on a sunny April afternoon. Just the day before, more)
As unsettled weather moves in, FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell. Dedicated to "Ron Charles" widely known locally as the news voice of WNZF radio. He passed on this week.
Tropical Rains! FEC 101 roars through an intense, incredible thundery downpour. This storm dropped 0.75" in about 20-30 minutes.
It’s just another day in paradise as the FEC 202 train heads north over Crane Creek and past the Back Authority for Contemporary Knowledge (B.A.C.K) Center building which specializes in neck and s... (more)
In the last light of day on January 10, 2015, Florida East Coast train No. 101 flies across Spruce Creek near Port Orange, Florida, led by new ES44C4s Nos. 821 and 807, reflecting the bright “Cham... (more)
A FEC LNG set sits in the morning sun at the Fort Pierce yard.
FEC 226 on a beautiful Sunday morning! A bit of extra power picked up from New Smyrna including FEC 434.
Hotshot #101 swings around the curve from Rio into Stuart. No LNG set today, which is unusual now.
The farthest south I've ever shot 101.
It's now unusual to see a road train without an LNG set, but sister units 821-820 take what could be considered a small #202 north. They've been pulling the equivalent of three trains lately, tod... (more)
FEC 101 was rather long today
FEC 101 with three motors, of note the 3rd motor being one of the "Susan Komen" breast cancer awareness units.
FEC 101 swings out of Bunnell on a cool crisp day. Today 101 had the GEVO / SD40-2 combo which is uncommon for this train.