The Belton Job calls it a day and heads for the shop, passing this hot dog establishment, which actually has quite good reviews on Google.
The Pickens working the Greenville and Western yard.
The Pickens railroad picking up there cars from the Greenville and Western Railroad.
U-Boats Through the Countryside! The familiar chug of the classic Pickens Railroad power comes around the bend as it proceeds toward downtown Belton across a rural grade crossing. Poss... (more)
The Belton job crosses Belton Honea Path way as it gets on Greenville & Western trackage to interchange with them. Note the 9503, which I'm assuming was living there as it was assigned to the Hone... (more)
The Anderson Job waits for the conductor to line him up to drop off 8 cars for NS. Afterwards, they will become the Belton & take their one remaining car to Belton, where they'll interchange with ... (more)
The Pickens Railroad's Anderson Job is lit up by the early morning sun as it departs First Quality Tissue with a string a empties for both NS and the Greenville & Western.
The Pickens Anderson approaches Belton.
The Pickens Anderson job heads east with 6 cars for the Greenville and Western, passing a quarry about half way through its route.
The Anderson job sits on top of one of the many humps on the roller coaster track on line to Gluck.
PICK 9500 leads a northbound Pickens Railroad manifest north into Anderson, SC as it cuts through the morning fog.
PICK 9500 slices through thick morning fog to get to a cut of cars just ahead of us here in Anderson, South Carolina.
Looking down from the overpass at N Murray Ave, the crew of the Anderson Job train begins their switching duties at the NS Interchange in downtown Anderson.
As the State of South Carolina prepares for the arrival of Hurricane Irma, a number of people are giving of their time and treasure as they make donations to the local thrift store located at the ... (more)