A beautiful Saturday morning finds Pickens U18B "Baby Boat" 9508 resting in Belton awaiting Monday's call to duty. This was taken on a trip to see the Greenville and Western whose yard office is j... (more)
The Belton Job brings a single gondola through the S-curves outside of Belton as it makes it's way toward the Greenville & Western interchange.
Pickens Railroad U18B 9508 trundles through Belton destined for the Greenville & Western interchange with a single gon to drop on a nasty June day.
The Anderson Job trundles up the Gluck Line with a short train for the NS interchange in downtown Anderson in some beautiful early morning sun with impending storms looming in the background.
Pickens Belton job slowly comes out of the tunnel under the downtown area of Anderson with one box car in tow.
PICK 9508 goes up and down notches as they make there way to the Greenville and Western interchange in Belton swaying back and forth.
The Anderson Job arrives at the NS interchange .
A pair of U18B's and a Chevy Cheyenne both from the early 70's era head north along Murray Ave in Anderson, SC.
After spotting a few cars at First Quality Tissue, The Anderson Job crosses Masters Blvd as it begins its short trip to the NS interchange at downtown Anderson.
The Belton Job slowly trots along Blue Ridge Ave with a few cars for the Greenville & Western.
The Belton Job begins its return trip to Docheno after interchanging cars with the NS and swapping cars with the Anderson Job.
The Belton Job is seen holding the main at downtown Anderson while the Anderson Job is just out of view swapping cars.
Pickens Anderson Job is finally on their way to the NS interchange after having to make an extra pickup for the Belton Job which is waiting at downtown Anderson.
After making a pickup from Michelin Starr, the Anderson Job heads to First Quality Tissue where they spot a few cars for the customer and pickup more cars for the NS interchange.
Just 25 minutes after starting their day at 7am, the Pickens Anderson Job is seen passing by Rexam Consumer Plastic on their way to pickup some cars from Michelin Starr Manufacturing.