The Anderson job sits on top of one of the many humps on the roller coaster track on line to Gluck.
Three days after Christmas, SCL 371 and L&N 2808 sit next to Union Pacific passenger car 4802 on a dreary morning in Sanford, Florida.
The Belton Job winds it's way around a tight S Curve outside of Anderson as it crawls back toward Belton on a dreary winter day. The paint adds a nice splash of color to the dark scene.
Pickens U18B No. 9503 bellows smoke after being fired up at the beginning of a wet, dreary day of work for the Belton Job.
Leaving the Norfolk Southern interchange in Anderson, the Pickens Belton Job ducks under a bridge wedged between old buildings in downtown beginning its trip back to Belton where the job's day be... (more)
Too much traffic for the infrastructure is a good problem to have. The Anderson Job with ex-CSX B40-8s has left their 40+ car train clear of crossing and pulled up to the NS interchange to confer... (more)
After picking up 2 loaded scrap gons from new customer CMC Recycling, the Belton Job gets back underway to Honea Path.
Cutting through a lingering mist on a dreary December afternoon in rural Upstate South Carolina, Pickens Railway's Belton job navigates a well defined S-curve outside of Belton, nearing its next ... (more)
Done with the day's work, two of the Pickens' 'Baby Boat' head back for the yard in Gluck. I feel lucky to have caught these on the Gluck Job as they are starting to be replaced by ex CSX B40-2's.... (more)
A bull grazes in a large field outside of Belton as the Pickens Railroad's Belton Job trots its way toward the Greenville & Western interchange with a single tanker in tow.
Maine Central yard, Bangor, Maine in August 1985. MEC U18B 402 with GP38 258.
A single U18B chugs up quite a hump along the haphazardly constructed former Southern Railway branch to Belton, SC.
PICK 9500 leads a northbound Pickens Railroad manifest north into Anderson, SC as it cuts through the morning fog.
PICK 9500 slices through thick morning fog to get to a cut of cars just ahead of us here in Anderson, South Carolina.
A short local freight is dwarfed by the Southern RR bridge over Broadway Creek, just east of Anderson, SC.