The little guy has been pushed aside at a local facility by a SW1500 and supposedly awaits transfer t a new home.
Two trins are stretched 0ver the Congaree River that seperates Richland and Lexington counties in South Carolina
NS 5218 finally gets a break from yard duty as it's seen leading local NS P77 back to NS Andrews Yard.
Running Home. Former SOU 5245 returns to Andrews Yard running Southern Style.
An Erie Sight. Operated by a friendly engineer, the Erie leads a load of brand new BMWs past the Amtrak Station in Columbia, SC on its way to the Port in Charleston. Unusually, the Erie ha... (more)
By the Searchlight. This empty grain train heads north out of Columbia, past an old searchlight signal. The signal is one of four in Columbia located on former Southern tracks and all four... (more)
Remnant High Hood Duo. Led by two former Southern high hoods, P77 passes one of four fixed aspect searchlight signals in Columbia as it brings a load of freight cars back to Andrews Yard.
Track Subdivision. This local track, the NIT, runs in a tight squeeze between two houses. In fact, the train is brushing against the tree immediately next to the home to the left. It's rar... (more)
Local High Hood. NS 5218 has led the local P77 run for quite awhile now. Here, it heads back through Devine Junction in Columbia, running high hood forward on its way back to Andrews Yard.... (more)
Busy Morning in the Ditch. The rail corridor through Columbia, SC, created in the 1980s to alleviate some rail congestion in the city, is known as the Ditch and has CSX and NS tracks side ... (more)
Bar Code. The Bar Code Unit came to Columbia on the front of 13R, which is a fairly new train established after the yard at Linwood was closed. Here, it proceeds toward Andrews Yard off th... (more)