Eastbolund Lancaster and Chester Train 14 heads through the small town of Fort Lawn, South Carolina.
Lancaster and Chester Train 14 heads westbound thrugh the small town of Fort Lawn, South Carolina.
L&C 14 with her G&O GP40 on point
L&C 12 returns too Chester with the unique mother and slug set on point
Black is the new blue on the L&C as recently repainted L&C SD60M #8782 shows off her dress blacks. The locomotive is ex-CSX #8782 and was built as Conrail #5562
Lancaster and Chester Train 14 approaches Mt. Nebo Rd in Lancaster.
Lancaster and Chester SW900 #90 at AmeriSteel in 2014
Lancaster and Chester GP38M-3 #2268 leads two sister GPs through Circle S with part of a grain train. L&C SW900 #91 handles the unloading once the big boys are gone.
L&C's sole high hood shoves on former Southern track with gondolas for Ameisteel and a few cars for storage at the eend of the line.
Railfans congregate to shoot a tunnel motor on the Lancaster and Chester.
L&C Train 12 is seen here picking up cars from a siding in Richburg.
L&C MP15DC #2369 with a small Springmaid emblem and crude L&C lettering.
L&C GP38AC #2829 probably feels at home leading long hood first out of a siding on the L&C in Richburg. She was built for the Southern Railway in the 1970s
L&C GP38AC pulls to a stop beside the former Southern Railway depot in Heath Springs, South Carolina to spot some empties from Plains, LLC on a siding.
Former Southern Railway GP38AC #2829 is back on former home rails in Lancaster, South Carolina. Gulf & Ohio gave her a nose job, new paint and upgraded her to GP38-3 specs.