A Remnant High Hood. A former CNO&TP GP38 leads local P77 through Devine Junction on its way to work some industries on what remains of the Southern/NS C-Line near Cayce, SC. The C-Line on... (more)
By the Searchlight. NS 192 heads through Devine Junction on its way into Andrews Yard past this searchlight signal. This is one of four searchlight signals still maintained by NS in and ar... (more)
Tophats Appropriate at Night. This now retired Tophat Dash 9 leads a new set of BMWs through Columbia, SC on the way to the South Carolina Port at Charleston, SC. I managed to catch this p... (more)
Historic Junction. Foreign power leads NS 337 through Branchville, SC on the way to Charleston. Branchville has the distinction of being the oldest railroad junction in the world. The aban... (more)
Northern Bound Hotshot. With some shiny trailers in its consist, the Hotshot NS 204 heads north on the Southern Main past the signals at the Brawley Street overpass near the Spartanburg ... (more)
Saturday Passengers. Viewed from a river cruise around New York, this Metro-North train takes passengers south on this sunny Saturday.
Conrail Heritage. This SD80MAC, which formerly was CSXT 4590, CSXT 800, and CR 4100, heads south down the Southern/NS Main Line through the neat little town of Central, SC (only a few mile... (more)
The Sun Sets on Liberty. Headed into the late afternoon sun, foreign power leads this autorack/intermodal south on the Southern Main Line through Liberty, SC, on its way from Charleston, S... (more)
Conrail Serves the South. This ex-Conrail SD60M leads NS 28T and a load of new BMWs into Columbia as it heads toward the Port in Charleston, SC.
Bridging the Yadkin. AMTK 74, the Piedmont, crosses the Yadkin River on its way north from Salisbury Station.
Blowing off some Steam! The 611 blows a little steam as it prepares for a trip on the N.C. Transportation Museum Grounds in Spencer, N.C.
Through the Heart of the South! This SCL caboose rests at the N.C. Transportation Museum roundhouse on the evening of the 611 night photo shoot.
The Pacolet River Stops Here. This Southern Pullman car named Pacolet River sits at what most likely is its final resting place after a long career. Originally built around 1949 and named ... (more)
Working the Yard. The 611 works around the grounds of the N.C. Transportation Museum. Amateur engineers, who paid for the opportunity, guide the locomotive under the watchful eyes of the 61... (more)
Kansas City, Here I Come. These KCS Belles lead NS 192 across Laurel Street northbound out of Columbia, SC on the Southern/NS R-Line.