A single U18B chugs up quite a hump along the haphazardly constructed former Southern Railway branch to Belton, SC.
PICK 9500 leads a northbound Pickens Railroad manifest north into Anderson, SC as it cuts through the morning fog.
PICK 9500 slices through thick morning fog to get to a cut of cars just ahead of us here in Anderson, South Carolina.
A short local freight is dwarfed by the Southern RR bridge over Broadway Creek, just east of Anderson, SC.
Some babies never grow up. While I've spent approximately 5% of my life in Anderson and photographed all the prior phases of the PKHP (Pickens Honea Path), as it was known at the time, it took me... (more)
Pickens Anderson Job takes headroom in at downtown Anderson before shoving their cut of cars into the NS interchange track.
Pickens Anderson Job pulls into its namesake city to make a set off and pick up at the NS interchange. The engineer pulls back a couple notches and puts on a nice smoke show for me. This was one o... (more)
Rolling high above Broadway Creek just outside of Anderson, the Belton job is seen making it's way back toward Belton with a single tank car in tow.
Looking down from the overpass at N Murray Ave, the crew of the Anderson Job train begins their switching duties at the NS Interchange in downtown Anderson.
The Pickens Railroad's Belton Job is headed back toward Belton as they approach in my rear-view mirror providing a unique chance for a photo.
As the State of South Carolina prepares for the arrival of Hurricane Irma, a number of people are giving of their time and treasure as they make donations to the local thrift store located at the ... (more)
The Anderson job rolls back toward Gluck on Eclipse Day.
Heading back for Gluck, the Anderson Job passes Orr Mill Park.
The Anderson job ducks into the "Tunnel"
The Anderson Job is downtown for interchange with the NS on Eclipse Day.