Low Ceiling. The Potomac Eagle's F9 stages a shot at this farm under some low hanging fog and clouds and on an intermittently rainy day. Shot on a Lerro Photography charter.
South Branch Crossing. On our fantastic Lerro Photography Charter on the Potomac Eagle line, the F7 does a runby on one of the many bridges on the line that cross the South Branch Potomac.... (more)
Congaree Views. This mixed freight, which originates in Columbia, is running over the Southern's old R Line bridge over the Congaree River as the sun is beginning to set. In the background... (more)
By the Mountains. The Potomac Eagle's B&O F9 runs past a rock cliff during this Lerro Photography charter.
Playing Doubles. Two CPDR GP38s bring two GE turbines through Simpsonville down this former Charleston & Western Carolina line from Greenville to Laurens. The turbines are headed to the CS... (more)
Church on Saturday. On this Saturday movement of two GE turbines from the plant near Greenville, SC to the CSX interchange at Laurens, SC, the CPDR train pulls by the Highland Home Baptist... (more)
Running the Line. This remnant Southern High Hood leads this bean train east past the Circle S Ranch on its way to the ADM facility in Kershaw, SC.
Wheeling Power. L&C 16, led by the remnant HH still in original L&C colors, takes a load of cars past the iconic Wagon Wheel restaurant in Fort Mill on its way to the ADM facility in Kersh... (more)
Amidst the Shops. The Champion E3 runs between the old Back Shop on the left, once used to service steam locomotives, and the Master Mechanic's Office on the right, which once housed the h... (more)
Rolling on the River. The Potomac Eagle's B&O F7 poses over the South Branch Potomac River on a Lerro Photography photo charter.
SAL and ACL Meeting. Perhaps symbolic of the July 1, 1967 merger between the Seaboard Air Line and the Atlantic Coast Line, the SAL's Budd-built Silver Meteor observation car (recently acq... (more)
Running the Grounds. With its first load of passengers for the day, the NCTM's ACL E3 runs by the front of the museum grounds with a non-homogenous mix of passenger cars behind it.
Getting to Work. Probably because it was built in 1939 and has about six million miles to its credit (debit?), this ACL locomotive is rarely seen outside. Today, though, it led all of the ... (more)
Through the Mountains. On a Lerro Photography charter, the Potomac Eagle’s cab diesel does a runby near the beginning of an area called the Trough, which was the site of a battle in 1756 d... (more)
Foreign Power Splitting the Signals. A BNSF GEVO leads this intermodal through the old Southern signals near the Spartanburg Depot at Magnolia.