Returning to the yard in Cayce over Assembly Street in Columbia.
Shoving back on the second run of the day to the wye, when they were then pull to Barber.
After shoving hoving back on the second run of the day to the wye, then they ran throug the wye to Barber.
Pulling under the pedestrian bridge at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
Returning to the North Carolina Transportation Musem for her first run to Barber Jct, Southern 2-8-0 has got a full head of steam. Unlike most trips this year, she run unassisted by diesels.
A local out of Columbia is enroute to Monetta with the Virginian unit as sole power.
NS 1069 running LHF over I-77 with two loads of lumber for a customer in Blythewood, SC.
I had heard GWI had repainted a South Carolina Central unit that had also been renumbered. Deductive reasoning made me believe it may have been the SCRF 2027, an ex-ATSF GP7u rebuild, same number.... (more)
Some railroads are built, have a useful life and then are abandoned for any number of reasons. Others, such as this proposed Blue Ridge Railroad line, are abandoned before being complete. This tun... (more)
She's seen the last of her in-service days and now sits on display at the old freihgt depot in Staunton, Va.
A former Maine Coast Alco RS-11 is up on blocks in Staunton, Va. The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley plans to put this unit back in service... eventually.
One of three cabesse that sit around the old freight depot in Staunton, Va.
Big power on a Norfolk Southern local out of Columbia. Most times this train rates one unit. Two is not uncommon and rarely there will be three units.
East bound Amtrak Cardinal makes a brief stop in Staunton, Va. on a very cold St. Patrick's Day in 2013.