A high hood GP38-2 and a GP40-2 lead the 7-Mile Yard Job out of the yard in Charleston, SC as NS 27T passes to the left.
Pailmetto Railways GP16 2001 sits in Cosgrove Yards on a beautiful sunny November day.
A duo of Ex Southern highhood GP38-2's reverse into 7 Mile Yards in Charleston, SC, preparing to shove through the yard, while performing the day's work.
A pair of sister highhoods, 5243 and 5166, idle below the Montague Avenue overpass at the North end of 7 Mile Yards at the end of the SC-Line.
The coolest shortline there never was (this version, at least-- see comment below). I wish I had better photo skills (and the will to photograph trains somewhere outside of Bennett Yard and SY To... (more)
The Calm After The Storm!
The Sun peeks out shortly after a thunderstorm in Charleston, SC illuminating a brilliant double rainbow as Palmetto Railways crews operate Cosgrove yards.
Former Port Royal Railroad 1001, now owned by Palmetto Railways sits along the outer edge of the Charleston Naval Complex as the last light left hanging in the sky fades to dark.
Palmetto Railways 1001, wearing its original Port Royal Railroad paint, sits along a row of Palms overlooking a public road on the outer edge of the Charleston Naval Complex. 1001 is used to move ... (more)
When completed in 1833, the 136-mile Charleston & Hamburg was the longest railroad in the world. By 1977 most activity on the Charleston end had shifted away from these tracks in the downtown are... (more)
A southbound CSX local waits for a few other trains to pass it just north of Ashley Junction in Charleston, SC with a duo of EMD's for power.
A southbound CSX mix freight eases over the Ashley River Drawbridge on a Wednesday morning just as CSX bridge maintainers were meeting about putting it back into service.
A southbound loaded unit coal train passes the North Charleston Amtrak Station on the former Atlantic Coast Line; now CSXT's A-line (Charleston Subdivision).
CSXT's L140 northbound underneath the old Atlantic Coast Line signal bridge at North Charleston.
The old Atlantic Coast Line signals along CSX's A-line (Charleston Subdivision) are falling fast with the implication of PTC. Amtrak's southbound P97 is moments away from arriving in North Charles... (more)
The signals guarding Ashley Junction are seeing some of their last days, as they will be replaced in the next few months. These are one of the few ACL bridges left on the CSX system.