Carolina Piedmont GE Turbine H&W Train enters Fountain Inn, SC with a GE caboose on rear.
Gray Court, South Carolina
Saturday February 9, 2013
A spartan cab Dash 9 crosses Sumter Street in Columbia, SC on 2/2/2013.
Former Southern Railway Depot in Gilbert, SC has been preserved as a small museum for the town. The telegraph looks much the same as when it closed. There's a calendar from 1972 hanging on the wal... (more)
An old switch stand at the site of the former Union Mills location, which was lost to fire in 1998. The first railroad to serve the mill would have been the Buffalo, Union and Carolina. When they ... (more)
This depot, built in 1926 by the Southern Railway, replaced a late 19th-early 20th century passenger and freight depot/cotton platform which burned that year. It is typical of 20th-century depots ... (more)
Former Laurinburg & Southern motor sits outside the Murphy-Brown Feed Mill in North Carolina. No word if Miles helps spots the cars.
This train came back to see us. A group of the Carolina Rails group (Facebook and YahooGroups) met up to talk trains and see a few of them. This one surprised us coming in from the east. I hated t... (more)
The Seattle and North Coast Railroad (SNCT) was a shortline railroad that operated on the northern part of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State from Port Angeles to Port Townsend. The line ... (more)
The former Atlantic Coast Line station in Florence isn't nearly as majestic as Union Station in Columbia, but it does share something in common with it's counter part in South Carolina's capital. ... (more)
Southbound CATS train passes the engine facility just out of the downtown area.
Made in the USA for the CATS light rail line in Charlotte, NC.
CATS LRV #114 passes two six axle motors at the Cargill plant on Old Pineville Road.
The nose mounted light is a give away that something is just a little different about this NS locomotive. It's former Burlington Northern #7120 (CEFX, same number, also CEFX #3180) and is on the l... (more)
L&C Santa Train has stopped at the Elgin Volunteer Fire Department.
The 2012 Greenville & Western Santa Train leaves Willamston in the rain. Grey, dreary weather didn't stop the sixth annual running of this train.