The Pickens Anderson Job is seen starting it's run towards Anderson, South Carolina with U18Bs 9500 and 9504 after gathering car loads from customers.
"The Final Resting Place" Built in October 1974, U18B 9501 has been a parts donor during it's time on the Pickens Railroad since 2002. All that remains now is for scrap prices in the market to ris... (more)
Maine Central GE U18B 405.
Behind a set of U18B locomotives, the Pickens Railway crew makes the short journey back to the industrial areas they serve after switching in downtown Anderson.
The Pickens Railroad Anderson job switches cars in Anderson on a muggy August morning. The U18s may not be dominating this railroad much longer as they have just acquired B20-8s from CSX.
The Pickens Railroad "Anderson Job" has just brought their cut of cars to the Norfolk Southern interchange. Now they are pulling forward, flipping the switch, and about to grab the next... (more)
The Pickens Railroad "Anderson Job" is bringing their cut of 12 cars to the Norfolk Southern interchange in downtown Anderson. Here they are seen beginning to move their load onto NS tr... (more)
The Pickens Railroad "Anderson Job" is bringing their cut of cars back to the industrial area from the Norfolk Southern interchange in downtown Anderson. Here they are passing an old chimney on t... (more)
The Pickens Railroad "Anderson Job" is in the process of making their journey to the Norfolk Southern interchange in Anderson. Here they are seen rolling down a small portion of the gra... (more)
The Pickens Railroad "Anderson Job" has just made their run into Anderson and set off a series of cars for Norfolk Southern. Now ready for the return trip up the line, they have picked ... (more)
The Pickens Railroad "Anderson Job" is working on bumping some cars around just prior to shoving back into the industrial facilities they currently serve.
This former Providence & Worcester U18B has certainly seen better days. A blown turbocharger supposedly sidelined SRNJ 1801 in 2013 and it has slowly been parted out over the ensuing years. For ... (more)
Pickens Railroad's 9508, a former SCL U18B, brings the Belton job into its namesake town on a beautiful summer mid-morning.
On the very outer edge of Belton's town limits, the PICK Belton job is seen negotiating a tight bend along side a small farm on a beautiful summer mid-morning.
With an unusually large 32 car train, the Pickens Anderson job uses the Belton Job's motor on the rear to get a push up the Gluck Line.