Early morning light shines brightly on the nose of PICK 9508. They picked up their cut of cars from the GRLW just a few moments prior and are in the process of bringing those cars to their custom... (more)
A dreary summer day in rural South Carolina passes by as does the Pickens Railroad Belton Job on its way through the farmlands of Anderson County to interchange with the Grenville and Western Rail... (more)
A beautiful Saturday morning finds Pickens U18B "Baby Boat" 9508 resting in Belton awaiting Monday's call to duty. This was taken on a trip to see the Greenville and Western whose yard office is j... (more)
The Belton Job brings a single gondola through the S-curves outside of Belton as it makes it's way toward the Greenville & Western interchange.
Pickens Railroad U18B 9508 trundles through Belton destined for the Greenville & Western interchange with a single gon to drop on a nasty June day.
Waiting for its next assignment Greenville & Western GP9
parked at Belton.
The Belton Job slowly trots along Blue Ridge Ave with a few cars for the Greenville & Western.
View of the Pickens Railway yard at Docheno, SC. Not one, but two of the railway's ex-CSX U18Bs await an assignment on the mainline.
The cab view of Greenville and Western GP30 #4204. Originally built by EMD in 1963 for the ATSF, this veteran unit gets a second chance as a shortline workhorse. Note the speedometer is at 9.0 mph... (more)
Two of the railroad's beautiful livery basks in the sunlight at the company's yard.
The Pickens Belton Job passes the many farms in rural Anderson County, SC, as it runs light to the company's yard at Docheno to await another assignment.
GRLW GP30 #4204 prepares to head back to Cheddar and the Kinder Morgan plant to be used on Wednesday to switch the plant early in the morning.
After over four years in the works, the Greenville and Western Railway has a GP30 in company colors! Also, this is my 100th photo on RP.NET, so why not introduce the world to this beauty?
The Pickens Belton job returns from the Greenville & Western interchange to deliver three boxcars to Packaging Corporation of America in Honea Path.
With the Pickens Railroad's Belton job running on an as needed schedule, shots on this end of the line are much harder to obtain. As luck would have it, the Belton job ran with a cut of 7 cars for... (more)