With 5 classic locomotives on the head, NS p67 throttles out of Seneca on the Z Line headed for Anderson, where he will interchange cars with Pickens Railroad. The sound of these old beauties purr... (more)
NS p67 throttles up a quadro of classic EMD's and one classic GE just after entering the Z Line in Seneca, SC. This shot could have been a lot better, but I only had time to set up one flash. Hope... (more)
NS p67 creeps past my flashes and myself in Seneca as he prepares to stop and diverge on to the Greenville District-Z, or The Z Line, where he will interchange cars with the Pickens Railway in And... (more)
Here we see 211 again, but in Seneca, SC. After a tough battle trying to get through the congested roads and intersections we manage to pull in with a couple of minutes to spare, then we hit the r... (more)
NS 211 was all the hype on a cloudy Sunday afternoon in Dixie. Made my way out to see the Central of Georgia leading 2 UP motors seen here at South Seneca.
On a cool November morning, NS 212 wanders through the upstate of South Carolina on his way to Croxton, New Jersey, where he terminates. Here, he is passing the 1920's era Southern Railway depot, ... (more)
NS p35 leaves Seneca on his way to Toccoa, Ga after working the wood yard, which is just around the curve. A half inch or so of snow has coated the ground, but didn't stay long. It all melted with... (more)
NS p35 has just coupled to a cut of cars in the Tugaloo wood yard in Seneca, SC, and prepares to pull out and head back to Toccoa, Ga. A light dusting of snow has covered the landscape, but didn't... (more)
With permission from the MOW gang and them clearing up; NS 221 is finally on the move south again with a duo of Kansas City Southern SD70MACs leading. Seen here just after Courtenay.
NS p35 works a small wood yard just north of Seneca, SC on a cool December evening. An increasingly rare power set, consisting of two GP38-2 high hoods, one B32-8, and an old GP50, still with it's... (more)
NS 237 through South Seneca where it would meet 204 at Cheney on the NS Piedmont Division Greenville District.
NS 237 with the Lackawanna leading; seen here in Seneca on it's way south on Thanksgiving day.
Thanksgiving Heritage! The much anticipated NS 1074 (Lackawanna) leads NS 237 after trailing on counterpart train 238 a couple nights prior. Seen here rounding the curve at the wye i... (more)
While anticipating the arrival of NS 221, NS 153 decides to make an appearance as it rounds the curve at Seneca wye on its way to Birmingham, Alabama.
¿Habla español? NS 221 rounds the curve at the wye in Seneca with a visitor from South of the Border leading a leased visitor!