NS 172 leaves Greenville, SC, after a crew change with Union Pacific power leading the way.
EMD GP59, NS #4630, switches cars in Norfolk Southern's yard in Greenville, SC. Notice the Operation Lifesaver scheme.
Penn Central was less than a year old (and still solvent!) in December of 1968. A pair of GE E44 electrics still in PRR paint have brought a manifest over Newark Bay into the Greenville section of... (more)
The Port Jersey switcher passes a CSX ES44DC as it departs Greenville Yard.
On loan to the New York New Jersey Rail, a GMTX GP38-2 sits with New York New Jersey Rail's SW1200 at Greenville Yard.
Loose power sits in Greenville awaiting future assignments on the Dixie local (p17) in a hot summer's morning sun. NS 5157 is getting a fill up of fuel from the fuel truck seen at the very left ed... (more)
Freight cars begin to get offloaded from the barge and into Greenville Yard. There is a method to unloading; one string at a time, taking four cars off one of the side tracks first, before taking... (more)
Southern Railway #630 leaves Greenville, SC bound for the NCTM on a wet, dreary day in June. This was the first time in well over a decade that a steam engine had graced the rails in the Upstate o... (more)
SOU 630 slowly rolls out of the Greenville yard bound for Spencer, NC.
Tug and carfloat arriving at Greenville yard in jersey City New Jersey. Last active float operation in NYC.
New York cross Harbor RR Alco S-1s 25 & 22 work the Ex-PRR float Bridge. Greenville Yard, Jersey City NJ
Tugboat John P. Brown brings a carfloat into the float bridge at Greenville Yard. Float was loaded at Brooklyn, N.Y.