A pair of Pee Dee River Railroad GP16s switch the paper plant at Tatum, South Carolina. PDRR 1797 is ex-CSXT 1797, ex-SBD 4751, ex-SCL 4751, ex-SCL GP7 839, nee-ACL 219. PDRR 1842 is ex-CSXT 1842... (more)
"Fresh out of the shop" is a good way to describe the lead engine. It is the first of four that will receive new paint in the future. The unique blue color may look familiar to some as i... (more)
After leaving the CSXT Interchange in McColl, the crew of the Pee Dee River Railway rolls through Tatum as they come upon the old Tatum Depot that still stands. Though it is broken down and in ne... (more)
After leaving the CSXT Interchange in McColl, the crew of the Pee Dee River Railway rolls through a tree tunnel as they bring a cut of cars back to Tatum where they will finish work for the day.
With an "open door policy" in full affect, the conductor of this mornings PDRR train gives a friendly wave as the train passes by the rural crossing outside Bennettsville.
After a full day working their yard, Domtar Mill, and Mohawk Carpet, the PDRR crew brings their train back through Bennettsville en route to the CSX interchange in McColl.
Just across the road from Domtar Paper Mill is the PDRR yard. Here they are switching the spur that runs off their yard. Of particular note - the 2 Seattle & North Coast box cars behind the powe... (more)
One of the most picturesque locations on the PDRR line is the old Tatum Depot. The crew is bringing a couple cars from the CSX Interchange in McColl back to their facility in Tatum before putting... (more)
Tucked back in a very secluded and rural section of Marlboro County is Mohawk Industries. The PeeDee River Railway serves this industry and is seen here switching the facility this afternoon.
On a hot and muggy June day, the Pee Dee River Railway is working the Domtar Paper Mill. They would spend this Sunday working the facility before pulling their new cut of cars into the yard for t... (more)
A Sunday afternoon of work brings the Pee Dee River Railway out of their yard to do switching work at the Domtar Paper Mill. Fellow railpictures.net photographer Reginald McDowell is seen watchin... (more)
Now owned by the Pee Dee River Railway, this classic Seattle & North Coast boxcar is living out its years in the rural countryside of Marlboro County, SC.
The PDRR is sitting quietly in their yard before being cranked up and starting their daily run. They would bump some cars around the yard and work the Domtar Paper Mill later today.
A Pee Dee River train is approaching the railroad's shop complex near Bennettsville, S.C. After a brief stop it will head on to the Domtar mill for some switching.