Wilmington Terminal Railway #1204 shoves a cut of cars past the Port of Wilmington headed towards the last industry at the end of their line.
Wilmington Terminal Railroad SW1200 1205 is seen switching along River Road across from the North Carolina State Port at Wilmington NC
After the SCL merger the MBAs at Jacksonville reduced access to the import industrial port city from 5 to 1, that one being at the mercy of at least two moveable bridges. Once one of the only U-b... (more)
Taylor-Piedmont Timber #7 working at the Wilmington, NC plant in this Summer 1971 scene.
As Elmer Fudd says "Be vewy careful" when shooting this railroad. Most of it is either inside razor-wired secure areas or right smack dab beside River Rd. The trick is to find a place to safely ... (more)
Nee SAL, ex-SCL
Atlantic Coast Line No. 250, a 1910 Baldwin 4-6-0 and one of only four surviving ACL steamers, sits in front of the former company warehouse that is now the fine Wilmington Railroad Museum in Nort... (more)
Wilmington Terminal Railway on a short stretch of street running near the Wilmington shipyards.
This old caboose is in horrible shape. There was no draft gear on the opposite end and most of the windows were busted out. It sits outside and industrial complex just across the river from Wilmin... (more)
On steam, even in July!
Former LRS 135, an SW1, sits idle and rusting near the waterfront in Wilmington. (Now leased to Altmont Shipping.)
Locomotive being uncoupled after arrival; once you could see this scheme every day!