Aiken Z522 passing the depot in downtown Aiken
The classic front end view of a GP-30, this one owned by the Aiken Railroad.
Working the Facility. The AIKR local pulls forward while working W.R. Grace near Aiken.
AB Line Work. The AIKR works Active Minerals near Aiken as part of its generally twice-weekly outing. Active Minerals is located on the Southern's AB Line, which at one time extended betwe... (more)
Working. The AIKR 4201 works W.R. Grace as part of its twice-weekly efforts around the neat city of Aiken, SC.
Riding the Line. The AIKR 4201 viewed from the cab of Aiken 4202 as it moves cars on the historic SA line. Taken with permission.
Aiken 4201 and 4202 wait for the next call to duty at their small yard in Aiken, South Carolina.
One half of the fleet for the then still-new Aiken Railway sits at the small office for the railroad in it's namesake town in 2013.
This locomotive was buit as Atchison Topeka & Santa... (more)
Larry's Truck & Electric SW1500 1543 sits in Aiken, South Carolina. She was start up power on the Aiken Railway while their two GP30s were being readied for delivery on their sister shortline, the... (more)
Aiken Railway GP30 #4202 rests in the afternoon sun on a short spur in Aiken, SC.
Looking fresh in the morning sun. Originally ATSF.
Moon on the Horizon. With the setting moon in the background, the AIKR's GP30 works to arrange the train so it can take the single car destined for AGY and then return to take the remainin... (more)
Returning to the Yard. After running engine lite to the NS interchange in Warrenville, the AIKR 4201 returns to Aiken with a load of cars destined for AGY and two kaolin facilities near to... (more)
Colorful Run. Running through some fall colors still hanging around, the AIKR local heads east toward the AGY facility on the Southern's old SA line, which it has leased from NS since 2012... (more)
Setting Moon over the Crossing. After delivering a single car to the AGY facility near Aiken, one of the AIKR's two GP30s crosses Charleston Highway to return to the SA line and then head ... (more)