371 crosses the Seneca River as the sun is setting. In the distance is Clemson's Memorial Stadium, also known as "Death Valley", home of the Clemson Tigers.
NS 153 ( Linwood, NC - Irondale, AL ) rounds the curve at Clemson, SC with the NS #1800 EMD SD70ACC leading along with the NS #4096 GE AC44C6M trailing 2nd.
The Carolina skies turn orange as P67 heads south along the Z Line toward Anderson to interchange with the Pickens Railroad.
Train G86 crosses the Seneca River in Clemson, SC, moving local freight from Toccoa, GA, to Anderson, SC, for interchange with the Pickens Railroad. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information... (more)
NS 237 crosses lake Hartwell in Clemson, SC with UP #6381 ( former SP #322 ) leading heading for Atlanta, GA.
NS 213 makes a southbound run in Clemson, SC with a NS Dash9-44CW leading heading for Atlanta, GA.
With a short train, I was only able to get this second photo due to MOW causing a slight delay.
With the sun still below the horizon, a southbound hotshot intermodal cuts its way through the thick fog draped over upstate South Carolina as it makes its way toward Atlanta, crossing over the S... (more)
As the sunset fades to darkness, a northbound mixed freight rolls over Lake Hartwell in Clemson, SC with a duo of thoroughbreds leading.
After having some break piping issues south of Atlanta, the F's return northward behind a straight SD60 on a hot, muggy fall afternoon.
Two minutes after sunrise on a pleasant morning in the Carolinas, Amtrak train 19, the southbound Crescent for New Orleans, rolls over the Seneca River in Clemson running a couple minutes ahead of... (more)
Hotshot intermodal 212 races across Lake Hartwell as it heads northward toward Croxton, New Jersey with a top hat on point.
NS 221 emerges from an early morning haze and sunrise, as the train swings into the thriving college town of Clemson on a humid April morning.
An almost fully circular space rock rises in the east as southbound intermodal 213 wonders down the Greenville District bound for Atlanta.
It's harsh out there...