The yard at Docheno is mostly full of old relics used for parts.
The first of two Pickens jobs arrive in Anderson to start switching cars.
This engine is awaiting repairs or scrapping at the Uceta Yard in Tampa.
Seeing Double? Things are BOOMING on Pickens' Anderson Job as they are back to running 2 U18Bs once again after a few years of only running a solo unit during the economic downturn. Traffic... (more)
The Paper Train from Rigby Yard, South Portland, ME Is departing Waterville headed for Rumford.
Seaboard System U18B #1906 was built May 1973 as Seaboard Coast Line #307 and later became CSX #1906
Seaboard Coast Line (Seaboard System) U18B #326 tied down across from the depot. #326 was built November 1973 and later became CSX #1924
Pickens 9502, a former CSX U18B, and former South Carolina Central GP10 sits in Pickens, SC in the open sided shop along with the JWRC Alco S2 #90.
Something Like a HO Scale Model! Pickens' Belton Job heads back to the Norfolk Southern Interchange to pick up its loads to take back to Belton after helping the Anderson Job retrieve its l... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line U18B #310 idling in front of the Yard Office. #310 was built May 1973 and later re# to CSX 1909
The Pickens Gluck and Belton Jobs finish up switching the interchange with Norfolk Southern's Z-Line in Downtown Anderson.
PICK 9508 sits sidelined on this date awaiting repairs as sister unit CSXT 9501 is in disrepair and is used for a Pick-A-Part to keep its relatives up and running along this shortline.
Seaboard Coast Line (Seaboard System) U18B #336, GP16 #4772, GP40-2 #1655, GP38-2 #528 & GP40 #6751 lead train 1st #335 southbound past the former depot location. Seaboard Coast Line U18B #336 wa... (more)
After getting a wash, PICK 9507 rests next to the 'shop' in Docheno in the form of an old and original Pickens Railroad Boxcar. Usually the power is parked at the PCA Plant in Honea Path, but when... (more)