The Last GP40-2 ever built on the planet leads today's 905.
For a Cure FEC 905 brought a surprise being lead by Susan Komen liveried 436, painted in support of the breast cancer research organization.
Coming back north. FEC 905 lead by 412 bringing loads from Daytona and New Symrna.
FEC 905 rolls through with Grupo Blue 412 leading. There are two motors painted in this livery, no others planned at this point unless something goes in for a rebuild.
After working points south, 905 heads northward on my birthday.
FEC 905 runs light heading south.
FEC 905 returns northward
FEC 905 returns north with a "long" train of 3 cars.
FEC 905 rolls past a stop board after getting permission to proceed.
Thankful that this GE dominated railroad ran a 105 with three GP40-2's. Fun fact. all three worked on 905 this week.
FEC 905 returns northward with a little help from Susan Komen.
FEC 905 heads south with 427 which was repainted into the 2KBlue scheme last year as the FEC abandoned the Retro Blue.
FEC 905 heads back north after working industries in Daytona Beach.
One of FEC's old warriors roars past Mr. Belle's hard working MOW crews waiting for 905 to clear to get some track time.
FEC 434 the last GP40-2 ever built delivers one car south.