The Greenville & Western's immaculate pair of GP9s stand in Belton, South Carolina on the morning of October 6, 2016
Arriving in its namesake city of Belton, the Pickens Railroad "Belton Job" is seen coming off of home rails and onto the Greenville and Western's right-of-way to drop off their remaining two boxca... (more)
Pickens Belton local heads through town
The Greenville & Western's annual Santa Express departs Belton for the second stop of the day in Cheddar. Now in its 10th year, the railroad continues to spread goodwill and holiday cheer to the c... (more)
Pickens Railroad's 9508, a former SCL U18B, brings the Belton job into its namesake town on a beautiful summer mid-morning.
On the very outer edge of Belton's town limits, the PICK Belton job is seen negotiating a tight bend along side a small farm on a beautiful summer mid-morning.
3/4ths of the Greenville & Western roster is seen here at the railroad's Belton yard on a warm Carolina afternoon. Former Santa Fe GP30U No. 4203 worked the turn to Pelzer and had tied down just a... (more)
Through the tight confines of a cluttered scene, Pickens Railroad's Belton job enters the Belton town limits and passes the Belton Cemetery on the south side of town.
The 64mm field artillery at the front of the now defunct Belton Armory provides an interesting foreground element as the Belton Job enters it's namesake town with a few cars of hot freight in tow.... (more)
Recently acquired by Greenville & Western, former ATSF GP30 (Now GRLW 4201) does its best to sport original colors through its patches on a dreary day in Belton, SC.
GRLW 3751 is the solo power for a northbound local for Pelzer, SC. The train is seen leaving the town of Belton with three cars for CSX. .
One of Greenville & Western's GP-9 passes through Cheddar southbound for Belton.
The 2015 GRLW Santa Train makes its way toward its next stop at O'Neal Street in Belton.
TAKEN WITH PERMISION BY THE CREW the crew has taken a break to get a drink at BP and gave me tour through the cab of this GE U18B they even gave me a cab ride all the way to the yard. (co... (more)
The Geep of Many Colors leads a short train out of Belton on the Greenville & Western.