A Greenville & Western ballast extra heads back to Belton after dumping some ballast north of town.
The 2012 Greenville & Western Santa Train leaves Willamston in the rain. Grey, dreary weather didn't stop the sixth annual running of this train.
An American classic enjoys a weekend in the sun.
GRLW GP9 3752 pulls a short freight from Belton towards Pelzer and is a about to pass beneath SC highway 20. This spic-and-span short line has two former B&O GP9 units.
GRLW GP9 3752 has backed out of the large ethanol offloading facility at Cheddar and will run light to Belton to pick up a train. The 1957 EMD Geep was originally Baltimore and Ohio 6554.
This shot was taken from GRLW's caboose 436, which was coupled up to GP9 3751. I had the opportunity to spend a day on the railroad, and it lives up to its being named the 2010 Shortline of the Ye... (more)
Are You Lost Little Buddy? NCYR 2313 has found itself working on Greenville & Western's shortline as a temporary replacement for their only operating GP9 that had an electrical fire a coupl... (more)
Greenville & Western's sharp looking GP9 (Which shares a number which a much more famous locomotive) leads a northbound train through Belton.
With two cars from the Pickens upfront and a good string of ethanol behind, Greenville & Western ducks under route 20 on a unusual afternoon northbound run. With the tracks running due north, find... (more)
BEFORE: A recently (at the time) aquired East Cooper & Berkley Railroad's GP9 #6554 finds a new home on South Carolina's newest (at the time) shortline, Greenville & Western Railway, which ... (more)
2 Years Later. OVERHAUL Time! Greenville & Western's 2nd locomotive power, Ex. East Cooper & Berkley Railroad's GP9 #6554, is prepped for a complete overhaul which includes adding ditch lig... (more)
Ex East Cooper & Berkeley Railroad's GP9 sits next to the small Greenville & Western yard office at Belton.
Former East Cooper & Berkeley GP9 is now on Soth Carolina's newest shortine. (JCH -- 400D)