Little Mountain Power Two of the railroads operated by E. Hunter Harrison are mated together here on this daily autorack heading down the historic CN&L line through Little Mountain, SC to C... (more)
Resting and Waiting. GP9 4624 was the first unit painted in the CLNA's new scheme and was the sole unit wearing that scheme for a period of about two years. It sits with its consist near Bi... (more)
A Southern Tradition. P86 heads out past some remnant Southern signals to work some local jobs on the Southern's old W Line.
Waiting at Salisbury. This Southwest Trains DMU prepares to take on passengers and depart Salisbury Station.
Arrival at Salisbury. Passing underneath the station lights, this passenger train arrives at Salisbury Station past a waiting Southwest passenger train.
Travelling in France. This SNCF passenger train arrives from Caen on a warmer than usual summer evening. We were waiting for our train to return to Caen after our tour of the Utah and Omaha... (more)
Moving GE and Moving America. It's nice to see a caboose on any train for any purpose--the CSX H&W train moves a GE turbine past the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Little Mountain, SC. The... (more)
Running the Ditch. Bearing its load of mostly autoracks, Q211 heads through the Ditch--constructed in the late 1980s to eliminate traffic congestion and allow for City expansion--through Co... (more)
Dover Priory. Passengers, including my family at the front of this picture, prepare to board this Southeastern Train set destined for London.
Awaiting Assignment? Now employed by the Hartwell Railroad, this former CNW power rests with a mixed consist amidst some old passenger cars and other discarded items.
Old and the New. Shiny new rebuilt power leads an intermodal train past a historic caboose built and owned by the Southern and now part of the Hub City Railroad Museum in Spartanburg, SC. T... (more)
Historic R Line. Norfolk Southern continues to operate the Southern's R line, which was built in 1852 by the Charlotte & S.C. Railroad. As NS's main line to Charlotte from Columbia and Char... (more)
Southern Caboose? This caboose rests on what once was the Charleston-Hamburg line (on which the Best Friend of Charleston ran) constructed through Branchville in 1832. The line ultimately w... (more)
Historic Depot. Now a restaurant, this depot, built in 1877, is, as the round object in front states, located at the oldest railroad junction in the United States. The Charleston-Hamburg li... (more)
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)