This former BNSF (Santa Fe) unit is actually classified as a GP30u now and was posed in the afternoon sun at the railroad's yard in Belton.
Engineer Allen Gibbs has these vintage EMD products pulling hard up the grade with 26 cars out of the CSX interchange in Pelzer.
Greenville and Western pulls with 5 cars bound for the CSX interchange in Pelzer, 12 miles to the north. G&W positioned themselves in the clear, allowed Pickens to shove the outbound cars onto th... (more)
Greenville and Western pulls into their yard with interchange traffic for the Pickens Railroad. Pickens' Belton turn was just a few minutes away but would go to switch another customer nearby bef... (more)
A good way to accomplish social distancing during COVID 19 is to go out and watch trains. This GP9 was sitting outside of the fence in Belton while the other one, 3751, pulled the northbound train... (more)
Many of these wooden bridges around the upstate of South Carolina have been closed in the last few years. This one over the former Piedmont and Northern has been a target for me since acquiring t... (more)
Freshly painted former Sante Fe GP30 4204 rests in the Belton yard along side GP9 3751 awaiting its 92-Day inspection.
RP contributor Boohooblues has his hand at the throttle of both of Greenville & Western's GP9's bringing five cars south from the CSX interchange in Pelzer, bound for Belton, passing Golden Rods a... (more)
Greenville & Western local Z590-08 with Long Hood Forward GP9 3751 rounds a curve in Williamston with 2 scrap gondolas bound for Cheddar,SC.
The Greenville and Western local stops to pick up a buffer car brought in on an earlier ethanol train. After making this pickup, they would retrieve two outbound ethanol cars before proceeding nor... (more)
Greenville and Western 4204 pulls two cars from the large Kinder Morgan facility in Cheddar. Can anyone spot a touch of orange at the rear? Behind the engine is several cars from the Pickens Rail... (more)
Waiting for its next assignment Greenville & Western GP9
parked at Belton.
Two of the railroad's beautiful livery basks in the sunlight at the company's yard.
GRLW GP30 #4204 prepares to head back to Cheddar and the Kinder Morgan plant to be used on Wednesday to switch the plant early in the morning.
After over four years in the works, the Greenville and Western Railway has a GP30 in company colors! Also, this is my 100th photo on RP.NET, so why not introduce the world to this beauty?