The lineup of steam at the 1970 NRHS Convention simmers away.
I had to ferry one of our aircraft to Charleston for an aircraft swap. I arrived after dark. I wanted to do some railfanning. I found that the NS yard was just 1/4 mile east of my hotel. I had no ... (more)
With import coal operations ramping up, coal trains are becoming more frequent all over the Charleston Sub. This train, however, is hauling home grown West Virginia black gold to Busch, FL.
Empty import coal train.
337 glides through the tunnel of pines and live oaks so typical of every town in the low country.
A rare clean Borg motor slips into Bennett Yard on a bitterly cold lowcountry day.
Sunday afternoon in the park.
Inside every GE is an Alco yearning to get out.
Juice train southbound.
L173 brings a little of the blizzard to sunny Charleston.
New power brackets old on a very early Q407.
General Electric supplies the power and the freight for this high and wide special bound for the Port of Charleston.