Two engines, two cars A very small P65 local is cruising through the countryside of Newberry County en route to Silverstreet, SC. This train was once upward of 80-90 cars in length. T... (more)
Turbine through town Traffic beings to slow and come to a stop as the CPDR crew bring their train into the busy section of downtown Simpsonville.
An Ex Seaboard Coastline U18B trots through some beautiful fields outside of Belton as it heads for the Greenville & Western Railway interchange on the other side of town.
Rolling high above Broadway Creek just outside of Anderson, the Belton job is seen making it's way back toward Belton with a single tank car in tow.
173 crosses the Pacolet River at sunset.
Lancaster & Chester’s daily train to Chester works at Orrs, South Carolina. A pair of SW900’s bring their train around the wye.
Before the acquisition of a small fleet of road switchers, South Carolina shortline Lancaster & Chester’s roster had been dominated by EMD switchers for several decades. Here SW900 91 stands near ... (more)
Waiting for Approval. This daily autorack has now been increased in length to handle some other freight cars with the closing of the CSX yard in Hamlet, NC. Here, Q211 waits for approval ... (more)
NS G85 splits the southbound signals at CP Metler between Easley and Liberty, SC.
Smoke Them Butts! Working the SE Yard Job, a butthead switcher puts on a smoke show as it switches a long string of tank cars in the yard. Not only are these type switchers a rarity in... (more)
after an on time departure from Savannah Georgia Amtrak 90 lost time between Savannah and Charleston and here we see Amtrak heritage unit 156 doing every bit of track speed making up for lost time... (more)
An SD60E rebuild leads a hot 212 through the control point Frey Creek just west of downtown Spartanburg.
Atlanta bound NS 173 rolls through the Metler interlocking between Easley and Liberty, SC.
The day before Thanksgiving is almost over for the Pickens crew. They head north through the Greenville and Western interchange yard after dropping one ethanol car from NS in Anderson.