After delivering rolling stock to the interchange with Norfolk Southern in Warrenville, SC, the crew heads back to the Aiken Railway Offices.
An Aiken Rwy. GP30 retrieves a cut of cars left by NS to take them to Aiken. I think the greens look classy on the lines of the GP30.
An Aiken Rwy. GP30 retrieves a cut of cars left by NS and takes them to Aiken. Here, they pass an old textile mill similar to the ones that permeated the Carolina's "back in the day".
NS 191 throttles up for the trip to Augusta after picking up cars from the spur at MP 180.
NS 156 Takes a left at the Warrenville switch headed for Columbia. I was so happy to see the SD60 leading.
For about a week the p22 local actually had dual power for reasons not even the crew knew of. It was strange because p22 is a local and dose not require this much power typically.
NS 191 is seen picking up 12 cars off the Warrenville Siding that were spotted earlier by the Aiken Local, NS P22.
NS 191 through Warrenville, where the Aiken Branch meets the Norfolk Southern R-Line, while on its way to Augusta, Georgia from Columbia, South Carolina.
Only 1 of 2: NS 8436 leads NS 192 through Warrenville while on its way North to Columbia. I've always wanted to catch one of these 2 unique Ex. Conrail units being that this one was involve... (more)
NS 191 makes a 3-car drop off onto the Warrenville Siding for Aiken Local NS P22 to pick up either later on that day or tommorrow. On the North End of Warrenville Siding is where the Aiken Branch ... (more)
NS 191 punches it towards Augusta after completing switching for the Aiken local.