Empty import coal train.
The daily manifest arrives at Summerville, aka Flowertown, SC.
Imported coal westbound emerges from the shadows guarded by a cloud of Alco, I mean GE smoke.
337 glides through the tunnel of pines and live oaks so typical of every town in the low country.
28T meets the Super Slide at the county fair.
Leaning into one of the few curves on the SC line, today's 337 enters historic Branchville, SC.
Operation Lifesaver run from Columbia to Branchville takes advantage of the best weather in months - complete with nose camera for the passengers.
No heat wave on this crisp autumn morning in the coastal lowcountry.
The east end local with classic power.
The Beemer train slices through the backwoods of South Carolina bound for the Port of Charleston.
337 stirs up the dust on an otherwise crisp and clean autumn morning.
It's 95 degrees with humidity to match and you're doubled up behind the long hood in a black standard cab with no AC. Still want to work for the RR?
Loaded import coal slices through a classic hot and muggy low country afternoon.
The paint says Thoroughbred but the horn revealed the true heritage from miles away.
Original Southern (AGS, built Oct 76) power leads a classic Southern style consist.