283 makes an unusual move pulling into the Greenville yard to tie down, seemingly for the holiday weekend based on scanner chatter.
Bridge. This mostly pig container train with a boxcar heads over the Saluda River on its way north on the old Southern Main. Here, the train approaches Greenville, SC.
Transportation. While a lone Pickens motor awaits the arrival of the train from the Anderson NS Interchange, three school buses pass by, each properly stopping and doing the "procedur... (more)
Stacks by Stacks. NS 243 brings a load of container empties past the remains of the F.W. Poe Textile Manufacturing Mill in North Greenville, SC. NS 243 is approaching the Greenville yard o... (more)
Northbound over the Saluda. While NS 153 waits on the trestle, the hotshot NS 24Z passes it on the way north over the Saluda River near Greenville, SC.
Two "Red and Ready" Schnabel cars and a caboose stand in the small GE yard on Garlington Road. No specific time is known for a power turbine shipment on the Carolina Piedmont Railroad.
BNSF 7055 rolls past the joint Amtrak station / NS yard office in Greenville, South Carolina.
BNSF 7055 leads a westbound doublestack through Greenville, South Carolina.
A GE turbine move comes out onto the former Charleston and Western Carolina Greenville line on the way to interchange with CSX at Laurens.
The Deuces throttles up as they exit the Greenville yard limits on the last leg of the cross country journey to Charlotte, NC.
After an hour or so delay due to clearing the switch points, P78 switches from 2 to 1 to head north to Spartanburg.
The track crew and a P78 crewmember are battling the elements as they try to get the crossover lined at Worley so P78 can go around 238 and take the catch of the day to Spartanburg.
Charleston-Atlanta 237 pulls into Greenville to do their work. The remnants of Greenville's textile past are visible at Poe Mill. The remnants of a ramp and slab have been made into a skate park... (more)
P78 switches from 2 to 1 to pass a lawed-out 153 at CP Worley as they get started on the northbound return to Spartanburg.
264 catches the last rays of sunlight as it accelerates out of the Greenville yard limits at CP Worley on the last leg of the cross-country journey to Charlotte.