A patch of wild flowers in the foreground, wild skies in the back ground, and centered up by an Ex Southern Bay caboose. This is Carolina at it's finest!
Over a century old, this Southern Railway depot in Belton, SC is a sight to see. The short section of track in front of the building is what's left of the original Southern line. Pickens railway t... (more)
THE GREAT PUMPKIN
(Copyright Tj M. Murrah)
PUMPKIN PATCH Copyright Tj M. Murrah
GRLW's GP9 no. 3752 fuel tank gauge detail.
FULL MOON CREATURE RETURNS On a cool Full Moon night WELL....... Atleast you can tell its a full moon night as the moon hides behind the clouds. the only thing thats not hiding is the ora... (more)
One of Greenville and Western's patched up GP30s and GP9 3751 rest at GRLW's yard in Belton on a pleasant, partly cloudy, spring night.
The Greenville & Western daily nears the end of the day as Engineer Antony Davis enjoys the last good light of the day.
The Greenville & Western's daily northbound coming into Belton.
Greenville and Western GP9s sit at GRLW's yard in Belton, SC on a pleasant winter evening. The locomotive to the left, GRLW 3751, is about to decouple from it's train and head to Pelzer, SC as a l... (more)
GRLW 3751 eases out of Greenville &Western's yard in Belton, SC on a beautiful winter afternoon as the crew begins their run to Pelzer as a light locomotive. In Pelzer, they will interchange with ... (more)
East Cooper & Berkeley 6554 is about to become GRWL 3752.
GRLW 3751 basks in the sun on a hot August day.
GRLW 3751 leads a very short train of just one boxcar just north of the yard at Belton.
Greenville and Western GP9 (ex-B&O and ECBR) #3751 rounds a curve on the ex-Piedmont and Northern line in Belton, SC.