A single U18B chugs up quite a hump along the haphazardly constructed former Southern Railway branch to Belton, SC.
A short local freight is dwarfed by the Southern RR bridge over Broadway Creek, just east of Anderson, SC.
An Ex Seaboard Coastline U18B trots through some beautiful fields outside of Belton as it heads for the Greenville & Western Railway interchange on the other side of town.
Rolling high above Broadway Creek just outside of Anderson, the Belton job is seen making it's way back toward Belton with a single tank car in tow.
Early morning light shines brightly on the nose of PICK 9508. They picked up their cut of cars from the GRLW just a few moments prior and are in the process of bringing those cars to their custome... (more)
After swapping cars around at the NS Interchange in Anderson, the Belton Job train crosses over US Hwy 178. Here they come into the Greenville & Western RR Yard Limits where they will leave their... (more)
A dreary summer day in rural South Carolina passes by as does the Pickens Railroad Belton Job on its way through the farmlands of Anderson County to interchange with the Grenville and Western Rail... (more)
The Belton Job brings a single gondola through the S-curves outside of Belton as it makes it's way toward the Greenville & Western interchange.
Pickens Railroad U18B 9508 trundles through Belton destined for the Greenville & Western interchange with a single gon to drop on a nasty June day.
Pickens Railroad's 9508, a former SCL U18B, brings the Belton job into its namesake town on a beautiful summer mid-morning.
On the very outer edge of Belton's town limits, the PICK Belton job is seen negotiating a tight bend along side a small farm on a beautiful summer mid-morning.
With an unusually large 32 car train, the Pickens Anderson job uses the Belton Job's motor on the rear to get a push up the Gluck Line.
Through the tight confines of a cluttered scene, Pickens Railroad's Belton job enters the Belton town limits and passes the Belton Cemetery on the south side of town.
The 64mm field artillery at the front of the now defunct Belton Armory provides an interesting foreground element as the Belton Job enters it's namesake town with a few cars of hot freight in tow.... (more)
Picken's Railway Anderson Job has finished it's morning duties on it's end of the line and makes it's way to downtown Anderson, SC where they would interchange with the Belton Job.