Hard working local FEC 905 rolls past some MOW work on the way to Ormond for some more work.
Two LNG sets for the first time ever on 101 leading FEC's flagship on Doctor Who Day.
Amtrak 91 running a bit late pours it on trying to make up time.
Auto Train was 2 hours late making for a photo op in daylight. Three motors as of late on this train.
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.
The 905 heads back north with intermodal from New Smyrna.
FEC 101 rounds the curve out of Bunnell
FEC 905 creeps south to position for rock dumping on the ROW.
FEC 905 dumps some rock for MOW work in Bunnell. Other roads struggle with "PSR" but FEC has been running that way since the 60's, if it can be done on one trip instead of two, they will do it.
Boo! For Halloween, the second motor of this GEVO LNG set dressed as an SD40-2.
FEC 905 works northward through Bunnell
A 900 ran today which sometimes does on a Sunday. This train can have anything on the FEC roster.
FEC 101 thunders thru Dorena.
Amtrak 91 the Silver Star scoots through Seville. COVID 19 measures give us longer trains, as well as only one train each way per day. Some days it's 91/92 others it's 97/98.
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.