Throwback Power. Now resting in North Charleston, this switcher was used for a number of years on the defunct Port Royal Railroad line that ran from Yemassee to Port Royal, SC. The Port Roy... (more)
A cut of freshly offloaded autoracks is pulled from the ramp at the Port of Charleston Terminal. They will be switched onto the storage tracks where they will eventually head back to BMW for thei... (more)
The crew of Palmetto Railways is pulling a cut of loaded autoracks from the storage track and will shove back to the unloading platform further in the Port of Charleston. Their load of brand new ... (more)
A string of box cars is being shoved back into the Port Terminal off Virginia Avenue on a late March afternoon.
Resting on the grounds of Charleston's old Naval Base sits the lone engine on Palmetto Railway's roster lettered for another railroad. The Port Royal lettered switcher works a very small section ... (more)
Add this to the list of railroad equipment I never thought I'd see out in the open. The Palmetto RR Caboose is formerly of the Port Royal RR. Palmetto repainted it into their colors recently and... (more)
Sunday morning sees the crew of the Palmetto Railway's Virginia Avenue Yard working to move some cars around. They have worked a couple customers off the far end of their yard and now have pulled... (more)
Palmetto Railways bright paint shines in the afternoon light as it shoves a large cut of hoppers into the Kapstone Plant.
Palmetto Railway 2005 and 2006 set cars brought over by NS P21 out in Cosgrove Yard before taking a break for the day.
Palmetto Railways 2005 and 2006 sort a few cars that NS brought over in their yard in North Charleston before shutting the units down for the day.
Resting quietly in Palmetto Railway's Virginia Ave Yard sits one of their sharply painted GP16s.
The Palmetto Railways Port of Charleston crew is bumping autoracks around their downtown yard as they work to unload the latest BMWs to come off the assembly line in the Upstate of South Carolina.... (more)
The Palmetto Railways Port of Charleston crew is bumping autoracks around for the nightly run of empty racks to the Upstate of South Carolina.