Hard working local 905 hustles loads bound for Halifax Paving in Ormond Beach, just a few more miles down the line.
FEC 905 heads for Bowden after working points south.
The 905 did the New Smyrna haul which sometimes brings some unusual lashups as power is ferried back to Bowden from the shops.
FEC 905 returns north light, the 411 now the oldest motor on the railway is 50 years old and still working hard.
905 comes north through a tropical deluge as a thundery shower drops about 2" per hour rainfall. In 20 minutes 0.50" of rain fell. On occasion 905 makes a trip south to work customers near Ormond.
Sometimes 905 ferries up power from New Smyrna Shops yielding all sorts of weird lashups like this one.
FEC 422 runs around their train on the main at Harwood and prepares to couple back up to it and head back north.
Southbound FEC 905 rolls thru St. Augustine.
With some schedule adjustments it appears that the 905 is back to doing the New Smyrna haul.
FEC 905 works back north with the New Smyrna Beach Haul
FEC 905 roars south with two loads.
FEC 905 runs light through Bunnell with one of the Susan Komen motors supporting Breast Cancer research #425.
FEC 905 blasts north with the New Smyrna Haul.
FEC 905 blasts south with one load. This was the very first motor to get the Retro Blue livery similar to which was applied to FEC locomotives in the early 1960's.