Framed through a tree tunnel, a pair of Pickens Railroad GE U18Bs are seen making their way south on their Honea Path line at the Packing Corporation of America industry just north of town. Here they will drop off the boxcar in tow and swap the PICK 9500 for PICK 9508 before returning to Belton. Once in Belton, they will meet the Anderson job that made a rare run to Belton, and the two combine for the return trip to Anderson.
Built in the early 1970s, PICK 9500 and company are part of eight former Seaboard Coast Line GE U18Bs that found themselves on the Pickens in early the 2000s. After the Pickens acquisition of the units, they were given a fresh coat of paint inspired by the CSX MOW scheme from their days on the CSX MOW fleet.