NS #2700 Dash9-44CW leads NS 172 while sitting at CP Courtenay due to the crew running our of time.
In the day's last light, NS p67 diverges off the Greenville District main and heads toward Anderson on the old Z-Line, passing the former Southern Railway depot in Seneca with an endangered Ex Sou... (more)
With the original NS painted Gevo in the lead, NS 203 trots into Seneca on nothing short of a dreary day.
Beginning its rein down the former Southern Railway Z-Line, NS p67 leaves behind the town of Seneca led by an ex Southern motor that has now been sold off of Norfolk Southern's roster.
A former Conrail Dash8-40cw brings a single transformer southbound through Seneca, SC.
The afternoon sun glints off the rails of Norfolk Southern's Greenville to Atlanta mainline, the Greenville District, as northbound manifest 118 thunders into Seneca, SC blowing some smoke with an... (more)
The Penn Central heritage unit leads NS 153 into Seneca, SC, passing the former Southern Railway Depot on a pleasant afternoon.
With an orange sky fading in the background, NS P90 crawls into the interlocking at CP Courtenay in Seneca, SC.
Norfolk Southern hot shot intermodal 203 rounds the bend coming out of Seneca, SC passing by a northbound hot shot, 212, with a couple Ex UP SD9043MAC's sandwiching an NS SD70M-2.
With CP 9802 in charge, NS 213 rounds the curve into Seneca, SC. The structure in the background was once a booming southern mill, now nothing more than another rotting piece of history.
Southern anybody? In a scene that is almost entirely southern, we see NS train p67 diverging onto the old Southern Railway Z-Line with an ex Southern highhood GP38-2 leading past the old So... (more)
NS p67 heads towards Anderson just after getting on the old Z-Line in Seneca, SC with NS 5060 leading the way.
NS hot shot intermodal 213 hurries south through Seneca, SC with SP 352, one of only five unpatched former Southern Pacific units remaining on Union Pacific's roster, leading.
A quadrant of geeps, consisting of an Ex Conrail GP38-2, Ex Sou GP38-2 high hood, the class GP60, and an NPBL GP38-2, shove a cut of hoppers towards Johnson Controls in West Union, SC.
Four elder geeps shove hoppers up the Z-Line towards West Union, SC where thier destination is; the Johnson Controls plant. The train is seen here passing and old Southern Railroad whistle board i... (more)