After making the trip from Macon, GA, to Linwood yard in NC on 118 the night before, the 8100 and 1066 heritage duo heads back to Macon on 191 under a soft warm light right before sunset.
As soon as I sat down for lunch, I heard the shriek of a P3 coming through town. I grabbed my camera and saw it was a high hood GP38-2! What I thought to be P83 blazes through downtown Fort Mill, ... (more)
The "Creamsicle" melts in the last few minutes of daylight rushing to Rock Hill yard.
NS 337 slowly rolls thorough downtown Fort Mill getting ready to take the siding to meet a loaded coal train 838.
Norfolk Southern's OCS passes through the siding at Fort Mill after meeting NB 156. The OCS is in route to NS's Brosnan Forest near Charleston, SC.
Spartan cabs on the point will still get me to leave the house! NS 337 enters the siding at Fort Mill, SC for a meet with 156.
NS 8114, the original NS heritage engine, leads empty chip train 67E into the siding at Fort Mill for a meet with train 156.
Slowing for a meet with train 156, NS 50Z, a grain train destined for Monetta, SC rolls into town with a pair of Norfolk Southern's heritage units leading.
An ex-Conrail SD40-2, still sporting its dress blues, leads P36 back to Rock Hill.
A pair of GEVO's and an SD40-2 lead 337 through Fort Mill.
NS 337 slows to a stop so the conductor can line the switch into the siding.
P36 takes the siding for a meet with 156 and 934. The rear two units were retrieved in Charlotte for local work this week out of Rock Hill.