A local CSX crew gets ready to leave the yard in Cayce, SC to work local industry in neighboring Columbia.
Working the Yard. This switcher apparently was built in 1957 for Sand Springs Railway, a Class 3 in Oklahoma. It worked for Sand Springs for many years before being sold to MVPX at some po... (more)
A late southbound Silver Star passes the industrial landscape that is CMC Steel in Cayce, SC
CSX #2521 shuffles cars aaround the Cayce, SC yard in 2010.
One of the final 59 NS GP38-2 to sport a high hood leads NS P77 through Cayce, SC.
While a CSX man throws a switch, in the background NS high hood 40-2 #3266 and crew has brought a transfer train from the NS yard in Columbia.
Norfolk Southern 155 through Cayce, SC
Ex-Clinchfield SD40 #3001 was rebuilt to -2 specs by CSXT and renumbered #8336. She's working the Cayce, SC yard in this shot
Competing railroads in the same train yard. Both trains had been moving up at the same on side by side tracks, but CSX got to go first. It is their yard afterall. After they moved back, the NS cre... (more)
An engineer aboard GE B40-8 #5955 leads a train through some switching moves at Cayce Yard in South Carolina
We caught a CSX crew working the old Seaboard Coast Line yard in Cayce, South Carolina on the morning of December 3, 2019 with two four axle locomotives. CSXT #6538 is a GP40-3, a recent rebuild f... (more)
CMC Steel enters the ex-Seaboard Yard in Cayce, SC to pick up some cars.
Two old Alcos, both repowered with Cummins motors, rest between assignments at CMC Steell in Cayce, SC
Former Burlington Northern Dash 7 sits in Cayce, South Carolina and takes a pause before continuing onto her new contract.