Sunlit Switcher. An Alco S-2 switcher works at CMC Steel near Cayce Yard in Cayce, SC as the evening sun sets.
Headed South. This SD60E leads 23Q south through Cayce, SC and over Charleston Highway on the way to Augusta, GA on the Southern/NS R-Line. Barely visible in the photo or when viewing the ... (more)
Who Will Win? Operating in Cayce Yard, a CSX local pulls around a Johnson Railway Service Alco RS-1 used by CMC Steel to move cars to and from its facility located near the CSX yard. The Al... (more)
Working on the Railroad. The Herzog MOW train works on a section of the Southern/NS R-Line in Cayce, SC, repairing the support for a rarely used side track in the area.
North to Linwood. NS 192 with an elephant-style power arrangement passes through Cayce, SC on its way to Andrews Yard in Columbia SC, an intermediate stop on its journey north. Here, 192 p... (more)
Historic Consist. On this day, near Columbia, SC, we had an amazing consist on what usually is a fairly humdrum daily train, NS 192. It was led by a BNSF SD70 MAC in the older paint scheme... (more)
Smoke Them Butts! Working the SE Yard Job, a butthead switcher puts on a smoke show as it switches a long string of tank cars in the yard. Not only are these type switchers a rarity in... (more)
Good Things Come in Threes. Unusual for Columbia and for NS 192, three foreign power KCS units lead this mixed freight through Cayce, South Carolina as it heads toward Andrews Yard.
A look into CSXT's Cayce Yard sees one of the yard switchers shuffling cars around for road trains in the evening hours.
Columbia local P77 has just finished working the bulk terminal and they have started to shove their train down the C-Line toward Columbia Silica.
The crew of CSXT Y101 works Cayce Yard as they shuffle various cars around.
A DC to AC conversion unit leads a local job down the Southern's old R Line toward Monetta, SC.