Led by the first SD40 received by the Clinchfield, #3000 leads a train on the southern most point on the railroad, Spartanburg, SC. 35mm slide from my collection, photographer unknown.
NS #6791 leads northbound intermodal train 204 through the soon to be replaced signals at "Beaumont".
A local led by a long hood forward GP59 crosses over at Beaumont so it can head east on the W-line during spring of 2003.
Clinchfield 900 on a southbound coal train arriving at Spartanburg, SC || March 1971
Three SCL SD45s awaiting their next assignment at Spartanburg, SC || March 1971
Southern 2815 waits at the Henry Street yard after delivering an interchange cut of cars.
Clinchfield was 277 miles in length, and Train 94 passes M.P. 275 at the north edge of terminus Spartanburg.
Train #155 blasts through Magnolia and past the Spartanburg passenger station.
Norfolk Southern 3105 leads #154 north past the passenger station.
Clinchfield SD40 3012 and U36C 3604 await their next work at Spartanburg, SC || June 1969
Southern 630 waits for a local to pass before departing Spartanburg.
A northbound train goes over the short rolling stretch of line just south of the tunnel passing under NS(SR).
SCL sits out a slow Fourth of July at the C&WC yard in Spartanburg.
Clinchfield SD40 3021 awaiting its next work at Spartanburg, SC || Sept. 1975
National Train Day at the Hub City Railroad Museum gets off to a good start with a unit rail train headed north.