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Aberdeen Carolina & Western's newly painted business train pauses at the Cradle of American Golf at Pinehurst, NC before proceeding to Aberdeen to turn the consist.
On May 16, 2021 wwe find ourselves in North Carolina to chase the Aberdeen Carolina and Western (ACWR) special passenger train with F units that were purchased from Norfolk Southern back in 2019. ... (more)
Aberdeen Carolina & Western's AB F-units lead the westbound unveiling excursion as it approaches Candor, NC.
Aberdeen Carolina & Western's AB F-units lead westbound past the dilapidated Candor depot en route to Star to turn the train on the wye and return to Candor.
Aberdeen Carolina and Western 271 and 276 poses outside the railroad's shop at dusk after a full day of touring the Sandhills Division on their public debut.
The Sandhills Division of the ACWR is loaded with Loblolly Pines. These vast confiner forests are one of my favorite attractions to Moore County, NC. Photography and bird watching go hand in han... (more)
Guests enjoy a lunch break at the beautiful Pinehurst Country Club, while the F9s sit amongst dandelions adjacent to The Cradle Short Course. The flowers really compliment the golden-yellow paint... (more)
The maiden voyage of the ACWR's business train makes its way towards Aberdeen, passing through the village of Eagle Springs.
Aberdeen, Carolina & Western passes an old rustic shed in Seven Lakes. This passenger excursion traversed ACWR's entire Sandhills Division.
Aberdeen, Carolina & Western unveils their freshly painted F9 (A/B) units. These engines formally pulled Norfolk Southern's Officer Train and were sold to ACWR in 2019. ACWR put on a fantastic s... (more)