CSX's local F784 (Greenville, SC - Pelzer, SC) turn sits tied down after a days work on a quiet autumn evening in Greenville, SC.
Two massive cranes lift the 180,000lb ex-B&O now GRLW no. 3752 EMD GP9 off it's old truck sets. The new assemblies are placed in the ready and chained to the old. A Republic Locomotive would pull ... (more)
GRLW's EMD GP9 no. 3752 is the first locomotive of two to receive it's new truck assemblies. Here the two cranes lift the 180,000lb GP9 off it's old truck sets. The new truck assemblies are placed... (more)
Juxtaposition: GRLW's EMD GP9 duo no. 3751 & 3752 are strategically placed at the former Piedmont & Northern River Junction shops in Greenville, SC before having all truck set assemblies replaced ... (more)
Juxtaposition: GRLW's EMD GP9 duo no. 3751 & 3752 are resting at the former Piedmont & Northern River Junction shops in Greenville, SC. This was one evening before going under the knife replacing ... (more)
NS P91 is southbound by Fallis on a dreary Sunday afternoon. Kudzu, SOU's Tuxedo scheme, and a high hood SD40 leading through Dixie were all the rage this day as it was documented it's entire trip... (more)
Heritage in the Piedmont.
NS P91 departs South Greenville for Gainesville, GA but only making it to Toccoa, GA on a gloomy Sunday afternoon with Ex-SOU high hood SD40 no. 3170 leading.
GP38-2 5026 still sporting its Southern paint at Greenville, SC || Feb. 1985
The hottest train on the Piedmont, NS 204 bypasses Greenville's normal crew change and accelerates through Worley.
NS 8025 sits on a housing track in Greenville, SC. It is there because of a hot wheel that was detected a few days before.
NS 8025, the Monongahela heritage unit, was sent to this housing track Greenville, SC after being caught by a defect detector for having a hot wheel.
A very short P17 creeps through Greenville SC, with A EMD GP59 (copyright Tj M. Murrah)