CSX's Spartanburg-Greenville, SC local works at Greenville, with the former Piedmont & Northern shop facility, now Republic Locomotive, in the background.
The southbound CSX Monroe, NC to Greenwood, SC local makes good time by the north end of the Cross Hill, SC, complete with the Seaboard vintage doll arm mast.
173 crosses the Pacolet River at sunset.
213 hustles south with a SSW-lettered GP60 in the lead.
The Piedmont zips around the curve north of the Landis signal in route from Raleigh to Charlotte.
A Watauga Valley NRHS excursion on the Clinchfield heads north at the Ashford signal north of Marion, NC. The train allowed passengers to have a few hours in Spruce Pine, but also the option of s... (more)
G85 heads north over the bridge that spans the Georgia-South Carolina state line on the Piedmont Division. Black Friday provided a rare escape from boat traffic on Lake Hartwell and allowed for a... (more)
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.
Pickens' U18B fleet soldiers on. Here the Belton job has just started the day south of town, picked up this one hopper for NS interchange at Anderson, and trundles along at 10 mph or less. The c... (more)
B&O 722 and C&O 8016 (CRR 800 today) pose at the NCTM's Streamliners event.
The Pickens crew started the day south of Belton, dropped a few cars for the Greenville and Western, and then ran light to Anderson. Here they are moving westbound at the 2 milepost of the former... (more)
The Hartwell crew pulls a second cut of storage cars from deep on the segment between Bowersville and Hartwell, GA.
After a day of drilling storage cars around Bowersville, the Hartwell crew makes a late day run to pick up some cars on the main at Lavonia. The crew will take it a few miles and call it a day.
Light engine moooove eastbound on the L&C.
P43 heads back to Charlotte without the Piedmont and Northern's F units, which were leaving the property for repairs.