ACWR 600 MTY grain train heads west to Charlotte, NC to hand off there train to the NS.
A stop at Hydro Dam!: After a full day of work, the crew had 1 final treat for those photographing their movements on this day. They were kind enough to pull to a stop over Hydro Dam s... (more)
R.J. Corman took over the former Carolina Southern Railroad in South Carolina. Despite several challenges, the company began running trains and makes a complete run of the Red Hill, SC to Mullins... (more)
PRLX 627 & ACWR 5521, two units from very different areas have ended up next to eachother at the ACWR yard in Star. Ex- CSX 627 has had it's repair work and patch job done by ACW for Progress Rail... (more)
ACWR 600 in wadeville, NC with 1 of several unit trains they have started receiving from the NS via Charlotte, NC.
ACWR 100 job crosses over Little River just west of Star, NC.
ACWR 100 job heads North towards Star, NC on a beautiful summer evening.
Tackling a slight grade on the original Norfolk Southern
two AC&W SD40-2's lead a grain train west for Candor.
A AC&W grain train heads west for Candor.
Nearing its destination of Candor an AC&W grain train travels over the original Norfolk Southern rails.
ACWR 6909 leads an Aberdeen, Carolina & Western west into Oakboro, NC out of the woods. The weather was crappy for most of the afternoon but we got lucky with this sucker hole of light.
The Lancaster and Chester's mother/calf slug set sits in the company's interchange yard with Norfolk Southern in Chester, SC.
ACWR 900-02 departs Pinehurst passing through the famous Pinehurst NO.2 Golf Course.
ACWR 300, rolls by my childhood Church, in Star, NC on a beautiful May evening.