Now running on the original L&C line, L&C Train 14 leaves Lancaster Mill with the high hood former Southern Railway GP38AC #2866 leading short hood forward. The crew has also picked up SD40T-3 #60... (more)
L&C GP38AC #2866 shoves their train on the new connection track between their original line and the former Norfolk southern SB line.
Former Southern Railway GP38AC #2866 brings a short train down the old Southern SB in Lancaster, South Carolina with the high short hood leading long hood forward. Neat to catch an old locomotive ... (more)
Former Southern Railway GP38AC #2866 brings a short train over the former Southern Cane Creek bridge in Lancaster, South Carolina with the high short hood leading long hood forward.
With the line blocked by a grain train, they ran the freight and did as much work as they could then turned to head back to Chester. The second unit is a road slug C40-8W, a unique use for an old... (more)
There is some bucolic scenery on this line between Chester and Richburg. Here yesterday’s freight if grinding along over a neat little bridge as the SD40T-2 teases the railfans with smoking lub... (more)
The train’s all made up, ready to go but a grain train at Richburg has everything blocked so this one has to wait until tomorrow as we did.
Ready to go but blocked in by a grain train at Richburg, these guys will have to wait til tomorrow. Sure would look nice in blue and gray, especially with that jaunty bell.
The daily eastbound freight is approaching the beautiful Knox Farm. Their SD40T-2 had a big oil leak and appeared to be ready to burst into flames as the manifolds got hotter. Being morbid railf... (more)
LC 12 sits tied down in the Pass Track in Richburg as LC 10 drags east with ex Conrail GP38-2 3821 leading a short train to Lancaster.
A hot July afternoon in 2021 feels more like 2016 with a trio of Blues on L&C train 14 as they approach Chester.
LC 12 with 7092 and 8784 sit tied down in Richburg, SC.
The third of three cuts of a CSX soybean train is heading for Kershaw, crossing the Catawba River at the site that was formerly the Springs Industries Grace Complex.