Still wearing the the colors and markings of its original owner, Carolina Southern Railroad GP30 2613 could easily be mistaken for Southern Railway 2613. This forty-five-year-old locomotive not o... (more)
Resting just beyond the RJCS Depot in downtown Chadbourn sat this well worn GP18. I was lucky enough to get one of the last few pictures of it before Corman overhauled the entire roster of engine... (more)
For the second week in a row, the former Carolina Southern 951 has been leading the journey from Mullins, SC to Conway, SC. The rare GP18 still wears the full paint scheme of the Carolina Souther... (more)
Ribbon cutting ceremony for RJ Corman's take over of the Carolina Southern.
An exxSouthern Railway, exWaccamaw Coast Line geep sits forlorn awaiting an uncertain future. The Carolina Southern is currently out of service by the FRA due to bridge and track conditions.
A trio of older EMD's bring a freight into Chadbourn, NC. This train was bringing in interchange from CSX at Floyd, SC to Chadbourn, NC. From Chadbourn, another train would take the freight to C... (more)
One of Carolina Southern units that continues to rust away.
I remember saying to myself "I'm glad I caught this thing, it won't last long." Here an ex-N&W GP18 waddles along at a hazardous 5-10 MPH. Now embargoed, despite the political wrangling I doubt w... (more)
Engine #44 from the Charleston Chapter NRHS and a former member of the Hampton & Branchville Railroad is parked temporarily in Chadbourn NC waiting to be pulled back to Charleston, SC. August 201... (more)
With the yard office having been closed three weeks ago, Carolina Southern engines 4002 & 951 take a break beside an old Norfolk & Western boxcar during a long hot summer's evening. August 2012.