Power for the Winston Salem Southbound train, which usually mixed the two southeastern competitiors.
Sounding more like a overgrown tractor than most GEs, these were always neat to find. Looks like the hostler is moving her to the ready track in the "field".
Seaboard Coast Line U18B #255, with the small fuel tank for branch line service, tied down after the round trip to Roanoke, Alabama in road-switcher service. #255, built December 1973 was later r... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line U18B #319 tied down behind the yard office. #319 was built May 1973 and later re# to CSX 1917
Seaboard System U18B #1892 offering up a faint smoke trail as it idles on a chilly morning. #1892 was built December 1973 as Seaboard Coast Line #254 and later became CSX #1892
YR-1 (St Johnsbury, VT to Portland, ME) is pictured at Fabyan, New Hampshire. U18B #408 (Battle of the Bagaduce), is in the company of GP38-2s 256 & 251. The tracks crossing in front of YR-1 are t... (more)
The Anderson Job backed into the plant in Starr and went back engine light to Gluck.
The Anderson Job heads through the town of Anderson to the interchange and then will continue west to Starr.
The Anderson Job heads back west after exchanging cars with the Belton Job at the Sloan siding.
Pickens #9500 switches the interchange in downtown Anderson.
Pickens #9508 leads the Belton turn job as it approaches the outskirts of Belton.
Pickens #9508 leads the Belton turn job eastbound leaving Anderson, SC.
PICK #9504 brings the Gluck Turn job south near MP 558 outside of Anderson, SC