Lettered for Frontier Rail Services but still carrying little ACWR reporting marks a Canadian immigrant is looking resplendent in the sun.
Nothing like a pretty logo. Evidently on lease. These former CN units became orphans rather early in life much to the benefit of second hand purchasers.
Two former Grand Trunk GP9s are on the Aberdeen, Carolina & Western in 2005 lettered from Taylor Rail Group
ACWR 9582 brings up one end of a special push-pull Charter for the Atlantic Coast Line-Seaboard Air Line Historical Society 2005 Convention.
Having traveled east from Candor an AC&W grain train arrives at Aberdeen to interchange with CSX.
ACW train 300 has just gotten underway after a fresh crew and a little switching work was done in the town of Oakboro a few miles West of here as they soar high over the Rocky River.
Aberdeen Carolina & Western Train #300 crossing the Pee Dee River just below Norwood Dam (referred to as "Hydro" by locals) in route to Star, NC.
ACWR 9556 in Frontier paint.
Sitting in Aberdeen, North Carolina, is a quartet of Aberdeen Carolina & Western Railway GP40-2L locomotives. Built for the Canadian National by General Motors Diesel (of London, Ontario), these ... (more)
AC&W display locomotive sitting outside their shop in Candor.
An eastbound AC&W train sits parked at Samarcand N.C.
People familiar with central Pennsylvania will think that I’m referring to a well-known landmark near Middletown, but the reference is to the ex-CN SD60F alive and well o... (more)
ACWR 896 former Aberdeen and Briar Patch and former SCL 896 and before all that SAL 1716. It is going to be stored out in front of their office on a piece of track for all to see.
The distinct look of GMD