Northbound inbound train on the CSX to nowhere, the former SAL main, now truncated in northern North Carolina. This train would run to the north end of the yard and back in, the default way of do... (more)
Three Seaboard System GE B36-7's with a northbound freight, leaving Hamlet, NC on September 7, 1986.
CSX V651 brings a empty grain train from Aberdeen, NC off the ACWR down the hill in front of the hump tower at hamlet yard Hamlet, NC on its way to be reloaded with corn.
A CSX sd40-3 sits hooked up to a Jordan Spreader outside of Hamlet Yard with CSX and CO reporting marks awaiting its next assignment.
Seaboard Air Line 1114 has resided near the Hamlet Depot for several years now, and within the last couple years recieved it's first new paint job since 1992.
I know it was SBD at this point but hey, I won't tell if you won't. I'm pushing the idea of a Ohio to Savannah MRL-type railroad with equal access and we could name it, well, Clinchfield. I can ... (more)