The Anderson Job heads down the long straight away south of downtown Anderson.
The Anderson Job heads back to First Quality Tissue with a string of cars from both the Greenville & Western and NS.
The Anderson Job waits for the conductor to line him up to drop off 8 cars for NS. Afterwards, they will become the Belton & take their one remaining car to Belton, where they'll interchange with ... (more)
The Pickens Railroad's Anderson Job is lit up by the early morning sun as it departs First Quality Tissue with a string a empties for both NS and the Greenville & Western.
The eastbound Belton job crosses Broadway Creek at a leisurely pace.
The Belton Job winds it's way around a tight S Curve outside of Anderson as it crawls back toward Belton on a dreary winter day. The paint adds a nice splash of color to the dark scene.
Leaving the Norfolk Southern interchange in Anderson, the Pickens Belton Job ducks under a bridge wedged between old buildings in downtown beginning its trip back to Belton where the job's day be... (more)
Too much traffic for the infrastructure is a good problem to have. The Anderson Job with ex-CSX B40-8s has left their 40+ car train clear of crossing and pulled up to the NS interchange to confer... (more)
After picking up 2 loaded scrap gons from new customer CMC Recycling, the Belton Job gets back underway to Honea Path.
Using a pair of nodescript de-rated CSX B40-8s, the Pickens Anderson Job pulls 14 empties from Michelin U.S. 8 Plant, which produces semi-finished rubber for US tire plants, including 2 located in... (more)
A single U18B chugs up quite a hump along the haphazardly constructed former Southern Railway branch to Belton, SC.
PICK 9500 leads a northbound Pickens Railroad manifest north into Anderson, SC as it cuts through the morning fog.
PICK 9500 slices through thick morning fog to get to a cut of cars just ahead of us here in Anderson, South Carolina.
A short local freight is dwarfed by the Southern RR bridge over Broadway Creek, just east of Anderson, SC.