Two former Grand Trunk GP9s are on the Aberdeen, Carolina & Western in 2005 lettered from Taylor Rail Group
People familiar with central Pennsylvania will think that I’m referring to a well-known landmark near Middletown, but the reference is to the ex-CN SD60F alive and well o... (more)
New ACW locomotives sit by the patched up PRLX AC6000 ready to head out to the main.
PRLX 627 & ACWR 5521, two units from very different areas have ended up next to eachother at the ACWR yard in Star. Ex- CSX 627 has had it's repair work and patch job done by ACW for Progress Rail... (more)
ACWR 300, rolls by my childhood Church, in Star, NC on a beautiful May evening.
On Wednesday, May 30, 2018, the Aberdeen, Carolina & Western Railroad, NC Operation Lifesaver, and NCDOT BeRailSafe and several other state agencies attended and witnessed a staged railroad crossi... (more)
After a slight mishap at Midland, the ACW 300 job finally arrives in Oakboro for a few quick switching moves. The crew has just coupled back to the train and in seconds they'll be blasting off tow... (more)
ACWR 300 job rolls South towards Candor, NC after switching the yard in Star, NC.
ACWR 100 doing some switching in the yard before building there train to go west.
ACWR 100 rolls over the Little River trestle in Star, NC with 32 cars for NS in Charlotte, NC
ACWR takes a MTY grain train over the little river trestle in Star, NC on its journey across the Original NS tracks back to Charlotte, NC
ACWR 100 uses NS power off of a grain train to do some switching in Star, NC
ACWR 100 job headed west on the original NS main line towards there current NS connection in Charlotte, NC
The Engineer tops off his bean juice before another long night. Staged photo shot through a replicated brake gauge made of laser etched acrylic with laser cut needles. See more at vidivides.com