A pair of former CSX engines cross paths once again courtesy of the efforts of the volunteers at the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum. 9553 is originally L&N 3318, while SCL 2024 later became CS... (more)
SCL SD45 No.2007, April 3, 1980.
The old Seaboard Coast Line (SCL) depot still stands in Hartsville with semaphores standing beside it in the middle of town.
Engineer Steve Forrest poses in the cab for one of the final runs of the Secret City Scenic's excursions, on its final day of operations.
GE B30-7 5507 leads two other GE units on a sunny January morning. The eastbound freight is just entering a shoo-fly for construction of the Fellowship Road overpass in Tucker.
Because the tiny Bostic yard is already packed, a long Clinchfield-bound manifest freight has pulled down the line to Forest City to clear the main for a sb/eb coal train off the CRR. Once the un... (more)
Two Seaboard Coast Line SD45’s in original paint, and an SCL SD40-2 in Family Lines paint await their next southbound assignment at Acca Yard in Richmond, Virginia.
A couple 0f "Baby Boats" at dawn await their local duties at Orlando,FL..
U18B and a GEEP switch at Orlando,FL.Yard on the Seaboard Coast Line RR..
SCL GP40 #1593 resting at Winston-Salem, NC || March 1972
The final hustle of the Secret City Scenic on its last day of operations.
On its final day of operations, the Secret City Scenic's second to last train of the day crosses Poplar Creek.
With sand flying, ex-SCL SD45 #2024 pulls the Secret City Scenic out of Wheat Station for the final time.
The final run of the Secret City Scenic rolls upgrade behind the beautifully restored and freshly washed ex-SCL SD45.