The Nucor Vulcraft facility in Florence is using their Trackmobile to pull some cars out of the warehouse bays in preparation for transfer and switching with the South Carolina Central Railroad. ... (more)
Nucor Steel's Darlington Mill in Floyd, South Carolina, is actually about 20 miles north of Darlington, SC. One of the plant switchers there is SW1200 #05. Built by EMD in March 1955 as Northern... (more)
The indication is that this unit is possibly remote controlled.
I didn't notice the deer in the lower right corner until I looked at my photo. Looks like it noticed me! This is in the middle of nowhere in northern Utah at the Nucor Steel mini-mill. One of t... (more)
Nucor Steel 03 at Darlington, SC in Jan. 1986.jj
A very patriotic Nucor Steel unit.
The pride of the fleet at Nucor's Crawfordsville facility.
A Nucor steel crane unloads a car load of scrap metal for reprocessing.
Both of the plant switchers at Nucor Steel Corporation's Darlington Mill can be seen in this image, taken in Floyd, South Carolina, on October 17, 2008. Engine 04, seen here behind 05, is an EMD ... (more)
Nucor Steel 04 is an EMD re-engined Baldwin that works, via remote control, at their Darlington Mill in Floyd, South Carolina. This engine was formerly USN 65-00531, originally USA 7140 (built 7/... (more)
A quiet Sunday at this massive steel mill except for the locomotives working hard everywhere. Taken with Permission.
Sad sight today in Darlington as it apears this old girl is not sitting on tracks or trucks and is likely being stripped of parts prior to getting the torch. (JCH -- 300D)
Remote control-operated SW1200 #05 has displaced the old Baldwins. I hate to contemplate the fate of those old horses. (JCH -- 300D)
Former SAL no. 1481