Rumbling up a grade, the Lancaster & Chester RR crew has their slug set power well in order as they haul empty grain hoppers from Circle S Feed Mill toward the NS interchange in Chester.
The lone high hood on the Lancaster & Chester roster emerges from a tree tunnel leading into Fort Lawn on a beautiful summer day.
Off the L&C Mainline in Richburg is a small branch that serves a single industry. The crew will unhook 1 engine from the main train and send it carefully down that spur. Because of the layout, t... (more)
Lancaster & Chester Railway's slug set leads the morning train from Chester to Richburg on a beautiful morning. Here they are working to spot cars for the incoming train from the Lancaster end of... (more)
With a rare leader in charge of an empty grain train, the Lancaster & Chester crew are pulling away from Circle S Feed Mill as they pass the switch at Mount Ararat AME Zion Church. They have had ... (more)
With a rare leader in charge of an empty grain train, the Lancaster & Chester crew are pulling through the Circle S Feed Mill area. They have had this Dash 8 Slug Set for well over a year now. B... (more)
I have always found high hoods to be some of the best engines to photograph since I got into railroad photography. It is even better when they are on a shortline railroad. Such is the case with ... (more)
A beautiful August morning greets us with an eastbound L&C train with the beautiful high-hood #2866 leading.
L&C Train 16 rumbles through the South Carolina countryside at Knox with a GP38M-2, GP38AC, GP38-2 consist giving it their all to get the heavy freight over the road.
Classic L&C EMD power made up of Seaboard, Southern, and Conrail heritage put together Train 16 at the yard in Chester. All in all, a beautiful day to photograph Carolina Blue power under Carolina... (more)
L&C train 16 finishes up their day switching the small yard at Richburg.
A couple of extra blasts from the engineer atttracts the attention of a couple rural residents.