Seaboard Coast Line U18B #261, with the much smaller fuel tank designed for branch line service on ultra light rail. #261, built December 1973, was later re# CSX 1899
SCL U18B #322 on the Shop Track. #322 was built May 1973 and later re# to CSX 1920
Seaboard Coast Line (Seaboard System) U18B #324 at the Tilford Yard Service Center. #324 was built May 1973 and later became CSX #1922
Seaboard Coast Line U18B #336 spotted at the fuel rack. #336 was built December 1973 and later re# to CSX 1934
Seaboard Coast Line U18B's #310 & 336, power for SCL train #588/587-the Wadley (AL) turn, idle across from the yard office. The fuel tank of each locomotive is spotted at a fueling nozzle. Local ... (more)
With 12 cars in tow from CSX via the Greenville & Western, the Belton Job heads back to Anderson.
The Belton job crosses Belton Honea Path way as it gets on Greenville & Western trackage to interchange with them. Note the 9503, which I'm assuming was living there as it was assigned to the Hone... (more)
The Anderson Job waits for the conductor to line him up to drop off 8 cars for NS. Afterwards, they will become the Belton & take their one remaining car to Belton, where they'll interchange with ... (more)
The Pickens Railroad's Anderson Job is lit up by the early morning sun as it departs First Quality Tissue with a string a empties for both NS and the Greenville & Western.
With two U18B’s and two GP38’s, a Maine Central manifest heads north out od Rigby Yard in South Portland, Maine.
The Pickens has just picked up the two Alcos from the Greenville and Western and tows them a couple of miles to the siding at Docheno.
A Maine Central U18B that has arrived from Portland on Mountain Division train RY-2 rests outside the station at St. Johnsbury, VT. In the morning it will be on its way back to Rigby Yard.
The eastbound Belton job crosses Broadway Creek at a leisurely pace.
The Belton job has just made interchange with the Greenville and Western and rumbles southward to work a customer on the former Southern Railway/Columbia and Greenville line.
The Pickens Anderson approaches Belton.