CSXT SD50-2 #2495 is lone power on a train about to leave the yard in Cayce, South Carolina with a cut of auto racks for Dixiana a few miles away. The locomotive was built by EMD to SD50 specs as ... (more)
Three sets of power sits at the CSX Yard in Cayce, SC. From left to right --
CSXT #361 is a General Electric AC44CW built for CSX in 1998. It's the most modern of the locomotives in this shot.
CSX W999 brings a high and wide load through Columbia, SC. The Carolina Coliseum is in the background. This is the point at which the CSX and Norfolk Southern meet briefly to cross Huger and Tryon... (more)
The often called Van Hagar unit, NS 5150, led P77 out of Cayce, South Carolina on March 8, 2011. She has since left the roster a lot like Sammy left Van Halen back in the day. "5150" was... (more)
Local Norfolk Southern train P75 crosses over the Congaree River and Cayce Riverwalk on 2/20/2012 with a high hood SD40-2 leading
CMC Steel South Carolina crew pulls a cut of cars out of the nearby CSX yard in Cayce.
A crew from nearby CMC Steel enters CSX Yard in Cayce, SC to get a few cars for the facility. Meanwhile, new power for the steel mill lurks in the background.
A railroad crew prepares to switch cars around at Cayce Yard aboard a GP35 roadbody slug.
"Gotta make the donuts, gotta make the donutes..." A railroad conductor goes to wok aboard his GE AC4400CW at Cayce Yard in South Carolina
Wabash Surprise. In a big surprise, I heard on the scanner that the Wabash was leading NS 191 as it was departing from Columbia, SC today. Here, 191 passes the single-aspect non-ABS search... (more)
Searchlight. Passing an old searchlight signal that always displays approach, NS 191 heads south through Cayce, SC to Augusta, GA on the Southern's R-Line. I was driving back from Charlest... (more)
Date approximate. Originally ACL . Few get rattier than this one.
A great old paint scheme. It had to go of course.