South Carolina Central power rests at the railroad's shop facility outside of Darlington.
A pair of Chessie GPs roll westbound at Newport News, VA || Nov 1982
C&O GP38 3857 awaiting its next work at Gladstone, VA || June 1970
An ex-Penn Central GP-38 works a cut of cars on a fertilizer dealer's spur at Glade, just north of Pasco Yard. BN acquired a large number of these rebuilt "GP-38X" units from Conrail in... (more)
All of Carolina Piedmont's motive power (CPDR 3899, 2020, and CFE 3881) rest beside the yard office. In a few minutes, 3899 and 2020 will be used for the GE Special.
Carolina Piedmont geeps sit at the CPDR office in Laurens, SC. The metal structure in the background is what is left of an old Mill, once a major customer of the railroad, now nothing more than a ... (more)
The CPDR GE Special squeezes through Laurens as they prepare to enter the yard. Before that, they will have to "crawl" this load under a bridge. Took them about 30 minutes to do it.
The long GP38 on Carolina Piedmont's roster that's painted in the Genessee and Wyoming paint scheme leads the power move to GE to pick up the 9HA Gas Turbine to take back to Laurens and interchang... (more)
The CPDR GE Special passing a field of sunflowers as they head towards Laurens at at a speedy 10mph.
CPDR creeps around the curve, and past the Ice Cream Station in down town Simpsonville, SC. In tow is the world's largest gas turbine, the GE 9HA, nicknamed HArriet. It's getting shipped back to... (more)
The former Ann Arbor 7802 repainted into Ann Arbor paint as a commemorative unit and wearing reporting marks WAMX 3879 makes a long pull across Manhattan Blvd. in Toledo.
The engineer lays on the horn of Winchester and Western GP38 2197 leading train 86 at the King Street crossing in downtown Martinsburg, WV with the former the Cumb... (more)
Sitting in Hamilton yard.