Aberdeen & Rockfish GP18 300 is in Fayetteville, North Carolina, working with the train that has arrived from Aberdeen. Thirty five years later, the GP18 can still be seen working around Fayettevi... (more)
A damp morning in downtown Fayetteville sees the crew of the Aberdeen & Rockfish RR working a metal rebar facility for their first customer visit of the day.
A damp morning in downtown Fayetteville sees the crew of the Aberdeen & Rockfish RR working their yard as they start their day.
With the help of GP38 no. 400, GP18 No. 300 handles a cut of cars from the River Terminal.
Outside the ex-SCL depot, an Aberdeen & Rockfish caboose is lit up for the holidays in downtown Aberdeen.
After spending several hours switching at River Terminal and 30 minutes waiting on a track inspector at the CSX A-line crossing, 300 and 205 finally head west toward Raeford with 2 cars. Here the... (more)
Newly repainted A&R 300 rests beside the newly repainted sand tower with the A&R initials proudly displayed. Nine years later, the 300's paint job has faired better than the sand tower. Velvia s... (more)
A&R 300, 1962 model one-owner, and trailing GP7 #205, bought new by A&R in 1951, pull 2 cars westbound at Dundarrach. 3 miles to go to tie-up at Farm Supply in Raeford. Times are changing for th... (more)
Aberdeen & Rockfish's EMD GP18 sits outside the shop building awaiting its next assignment. I questioned operations on the line due to the lack of customers and sand over the rails just outside of... (more)