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)
Train Day! As reflected by the banner, the Hub City Railroad Museum is hosting a train day on May 20 for kids from 3 to 93. The museum is located at the Spartanburg, SC depot and includes a... (more)
Subtly Busy. Although the focus of this photograph is the hotshot NS 204 bringing its intermodal consist north past the Spartanburg Depot, there is much else going on in this photograph. Th... (more)
With the Columbia, SC skyline in the background, NS 96Q is deadheading some empty flat cars down the middle of Sumter Street and through the campus of the University of South Carolina
An unusual sight for Columbia, SC, a BNSF SD70ACe waits in the morning sunlight for clearance to lead that day's Q211 through Elmwood Junction and into Cayce Yard. I overheard on the scanner the d... (more)
Led by very nice looking foreign power, NS 63R heads toward Pacolet, SC past a waiting conductor and NS 192 on the Whaley Street Overpass.
P75 heads out on its local work.
P77 approaches Andrews Yard with a GP 38-2 in the lead.
Almost wrapping around itself with part of the consist viewable past the shrubbery, NS 28T pulls a load of brand new BMWs from the upstate through Devine Junction and past the Greek Village onto C... (more)
Early on a December morning, a CSX coal train crosses the historic CN&L Bridge over the Broad River.
CSX Y101 enters Devine Junction heading out to work its local jobs.
NS 788 heads toward Wateree, SC with a load of coal led by foreign power.