RPRX 1701 sits on display along the former Carolina Southern Line. R.J. Corman purchased this line in 2015 and began running trains in 2016.
Recent discussion about the dismal state of this railroad sent me looking for photos of that fateful, hot, muggy summer morning I found the F-unit leading. Here, the train is working around the n... (more)
Mid Atlantic Railway #951 leading its train near Conway, SC. This operation is now part of the Carolina Southen Railroad.
Former Southern NW2 #1040 sporting a fresh coat of Waccamaw Coast Line colors sits in Conway, SC in January 1990.
CALA 951 CALA 6622 and CALA 958 heading South
The Chadburn, NC - Myrtle, Beach, SC turn stops just north of Conway, SC to pick up a lumber car for 84 Lumber in Myrtle Beach.
This ex-Amtrak E8 will never be seen again after December as it waits to be scrapped.
History: ex AMT 672, ex AMT 318, ex PC 4312, nee PRR 5712A, converted AMT 1977, EMD
serial 16781, built 10/5... (more)
Ex-New Jersey Transit E8 unit pulled out from the brush today, getting ready for the scrapping torch.
History: ex NJT 4257, ex PC 4257, nee PRR 5797A, EMD serial 15662, built 6/52
Ex-RTA E8 unit pulled out from the brush today getting ready for the scrapping torch.
History: ex RTA 520, ex C&NW 520, nee C&NW 5022B, EMD serial 11494, built 7/50
Inside of a former New Jersey Transit E8 that's rotting away after serving for the WCLR. History of this Unit: ex NJT 4257, ex PC 4257, nee PRR 5797A, EMD serial 15662, built 6/52
GP18 #958 brings coal loads to Conway,SC.
GP18 #951 in one-of-a-kind livery on her way to pick up more coal loads in downtown Conway, SC. 3/13/05
With her heritage reflecting on her long hood, Carolina Southern GP30 #2613 leads her 3 sisters back down the rails to grab another cut of coal cars in Conway, SC.