A Pickens Railroad train is near the end of their line after interchanging with the Belton Job with two vintage General Electric locomotives as power.
PICK #9507 was built by GE in 197... (more)
Pickens crew prepares to shove out of the Greenville & Western yard and over SC 76 to their own track in Belton, South Carolina
On this day in 2014, the Pickens Belton Job with PICK 9702 on point came all the way to the other end of the line in Gluck to interh=change with the Anderson Job led by 9502. PICK 9502 has since h... (more)
If there's anything that optimizes the old and venerable shortline railroad, one of the best symbols of that would be old and forgotten motive power from days past. The Pickens Railroad doesn't ju... (more)
Having just swapped out cars with the Greenville & Western, a Pickens RR crew shoves across Hwy. 76 in Belton back onto their own trackage.
Both Pickens jobs meet at Gluck to interchange cars. The Anderson Job must have had a busier then normak day.
Engineer adding a little throttle to crest the grade into the yard near Gluck as the Pickens Anderson Job begins to break down the interchange traffic from NS.
The Anderson Job heads down the long straight away south of downtown Anderson.
The Anderson Job heads back to First Quality Tissue with a string of cars from both the Greenville & Western and NS.
With 12 cars in tow from CSX via the Greenville & Western, the Belton Job heads back to Anderson.
Pickens Anderson Job shoves across Rte 81 with a couple hopper cars for Owens Corning.
The Anderson job rolls back toward Gluck on Eclipse Day.