Back in the pre-C40-8 1980s, CSX used small B-Bs (often U18Bs and GP16s) to pick up sand loads at the pits east of Montgomery and head for Williams Brothers in Atlanta. Some days it was quite a l... (more)
One of Pickens' "baby boat" U18B's leads a short train towards the transfer with the Greenville & Western Railroad just south of Belton.
PICK 9504 reverses back towards the interchange yard as both Anderson and Belton Jobs (Hidden behind a tree) work together to sort the cars that will either go to Gluck, Belton, or on NS to... (more)
This U18B has sat in Docheno for at least two years. It still looks to be in good condition for not having been active in that time.
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.