Pickens Belton job on its way back to Anderson just outside Belton
The Pickens Belton Job rolls up under downtown Anderson after their run over to Belton to interchange with Greenville and Western and to Honea Path to switch Packaging Corporation of America.
Pickens Belton Job crosses the Rocky River near Anderson, SC on their way back from Belton.
The Pickens 'Belton job' returns to Anderson after interchanging with the Greenville & Western
About a year before their original line was abandoned, I found Pickens GE U18B #9502 siting at the old Pickens, SC Chattahoochee Locomotive Company shop along with JWRX GP10 #8383 (former South Ca... (more)
A pair Pickens Railroad GE U18Bs lead the PICK’s Belton job back to Anderson, SC after making a run to Honea Path. They would combine trains with the Anderson job (which made a rare run to Belto... (more)
Pickens Railway #9502 is one the point of the railroad's Belton Job as the two trains meet to interchange cars at Gluck. She was built as Seaboard Coast Line #320, a GE U18B, in 1973. She later be... (more)
With a hefty train in tow, a pair of Pickens Railroad baby boats ducks under some huge shade trees as they make their way back to Anderson.
The Pickens Belton Job returns to Anderson with a healthy cut of cars from the Greenville & Western
Pickens U18B's #9502 & #9508 bring the Belton job through Anderson
Pickens Railroad U18B's #9502 & #9508 pull the Belton local across Sayre Street at Anderson,SC on their way back to Starr.
Pickens’ Belton Job starts heading back towards Anderson after working the Greenville & Western Interchange just south of town.
Pickens heads back to Anderson after a large pickup from the Greenville and Western at Belton.
The Belton Job has dropped off cars at the interchange with Norfolk Southern & is heading south towards the shop complex.
The Belton Job reaches the outskirts of Anderson as it crosses over the Rocky River.