NS 156 passes Cayce SC with a nice SD80MAC on the point headed for Linwood NC
CSX Q463 arrives into the northend of Cayce Yard after the 110 mile trip from Hamlet NC
The Y103-15 crew has just jumped onto the Q211, and is now taking the train to Nassau to runaround the train to come back and work TDSI in Dixiana.
A set of CSX power idle away in Cayce Yard awaiting it's next assignment.
CSX Q211 shoves it's general freight cars into Cayce Yard beside CMC Steel. Johnson Railway #132 is in the background shuffling cars around CMC Steel.
Running a tad late today (well, about 5-6 hours later than normal), NS 155 has changed crews, and are southbound towards Augusta, Georgia, on the NS R Line. Doing the honors today are 2 veteran S... (more)
NS 155 heads south over the Charleston Highway bridge after swapping crews headed south to its next crew change point in Augusta on its way to Savannah GA
Now with the CSX train out of the way, the NS tansfer job has left their train on one track and will run around it to the other side of the yard.
CSX yard job has just assembled CSX Q210-29 at TDSI in Dixiana, and have pulled the train to Cayce Yard for the road crew to take the train towards Greenwood, SC.
A yard crew is aboard what will become F789-27 later this afternoon, assembling their train for today. CSX F789-27 works between Cayce and Newberry, SC, and main traffic is wood product for the m... (more)
NS 155 crosses over the Congaree River with a grey Kansas City Southern unit leading while a couple of folks are fishing below the big bridge.
A MAC, A Belle, and an Alco CSX Y103-04 has just taken over Q211-02, and is pulling past the S.E. of CSXT Cayce Yard, past SMI Steel with their Johnson Alco parked awaiting their next as... (more)
UP err I mean NS 156 Today's edition of NS train 156 has a solid Union Pacific consist. Seen here gliding through Cayce, approaching the crew change point at Tryon St. in Columbia.
Burlington Northern Invades the South A few Carolinas based Facebook groups went through the roof, when word of a pair of former BN, now BNSF SD60Ms were paired together on NS 156. While... (more)