General Electric supplies the power and the freight for this high and wide special bound for the Port of Charleston.
It's the hottest day of the year and the crew keeps their cool by letting the trailing units do all the work.
Not too hard to guess the heritage of this unit - the nose knows.
A rare view of a complete train - given the topography of coastal South
Debris hurtles from the train, demonstrating why trackside situational awareness is a good thing.
Rare all bare table consist on this day's 238.
Old fashioned branchline action complete with fallen flag power.
NS wide cab in full raccoon paint and "Roger the Hostler" logo on the tank.
Southbound juice empty with nice power.
West bound for Memphis and interchange with UP.
Unusual mix of fresh AC power on a branchline local with six cars and a caboose.
A fresh batch of BMW's for the Port of Charleston.
338 manifest just before sunset - westbound for Columbia, SC.
An old engine for an old branch line.
338 departs for Columbia just before sunset, cutting through a 92 degree, incredibly humid, mosquito infested haze.