RPRX 1701 sits on display along the former Carolina Southern Line. R.J. Corman purchased this line in 2015 and began running trains in 2016.
Mid Atlantic Railway #951 leading its train near Conway, SC. This operation is now part of the Carolina Southen Railroad.
Former Southern NW2 #1040 sporting a fresh coat of Waccamaw Coast Line colors sits in Conway, SC in January 1990.
CALA 951 CALA 6622 and CALA 958 heading South
The Chadburn, NC - Myrtle, Beach, SC turn stops just north of Conway, SC to pick up a lumber car for 84 Lumber in Myrtle Beach.
This ex-Amtrak E8 will never be seen again after December as it waits to be scrapped.
History: ex AMT 672, ex AMT 318, ex PC 4312, nee PRR 5712A, converted AMT 1977, EMD
serial 16781, built 10/5... (more)
Ex-New Jersey Transit E8 unit pulled out from the brush today, getting ready for the scrapping torch.
History: ex NJT 4257, ex PC 4257, nee PRR 5797A, EMD serial 15662, built 6/52
Ex-RTA E8 unit pulled out from the brush today getting ready for the scrapping torch.
History: ex RTA 520, ex C&NW 520, nee C&NW 5022B, EMD serial 11494, built 7/50
Inside of a former New Jersey Transit E8 that's rotting away after serving for the WCLR. History of this Unit: ex NJT 4257, ex PC 4257, nee PRR 5797A, EMD serial 15662, built 6/52
GP18 #958 brings coal loads to Conway,SC.
GP18 #951 in one-of-a-kind livery on her way to pick up more coal loads in downtown Conway, SC. 3/13/05
With her heritage reflecting on her long hood, Carolina Southern GP30 #2613 leads her 3 sisters back down the rails to grab another cut of coal cars in Conway, SC.
Carolina Southern (ex-Mid Atlantic) #958 drops a train of coal cars off in the siding at the Grainger Steam Plant in Conway, SC.