Leaving the Yard. After delivering cars to the GRLW, the PICK reverses for the next stage of its trip toward Honea Path, SC.
Handoff. The PICK enters the GRLW interchange near Belton, where it will pull forward and allow the waiting GRLW unit to connect to the train and pull forward to proceed to Pelzer.
Where's the Beef? Two of the PICK's U-Boats pull a load of cars past an iconic sign on the way to interchange with the Greenville & Western just south of Belton, SC.
Lots of History. Two of the PICK's U-Boats pass a graveyard of some old switchers.
Making the Curve. The weekday Anderson Job runs through a small S curve on its way east toward Belton to interchange with the Greenville & Western with these cars bound for CSX.
On Station. The weekday Anderson Job works the NS interchange in Anderson before heading east to Belton to interchange with the Greenville & Western Railroad.
The Pickens Railroad Anderson Job is seen here doing some work just south of Anderson at Gluck, SC., on a foggy & misty summer morning.
The Anderson Job pops out from under downtown Anderson with three empties for the Greenville and Western that it'll hand off to the Belton Job at Plantation. They'll return with loads pulled by th... (more)
After working First Quality and Michelin, the Anderson Job rolls into its namesake town to set off 12 of its cars on the NS interchange. The former CSX Baby Boats in MOW orange paint are quite a c... (more)
The Anderson Job's U18B duo belches smoke as the engineer throttles up while switching the huge First Quality Tissue plant just south of Anderson.
“PICK”ing up Freight. The Anderson Job finishes building its train before heading to the NS Interchange in Anderson, where it will transfer the load to the Belton Job.
Mill History The Anderson job heads for the NS Interchange with its consist of cars to transfer to the Belton job. Here it passes the site of what I understand is the old Orr Mill Swimming... (more)
GE History Live. Two Uboats lead the PICK’s Anderson job into the NS Interchange in Anderson as the Belton job, led by a B40-8, waits to pick up the cars and take them to Belton, SC.
The Competition. Caught by the morning sun, the PICK’s Anderson Job runs by a Shell station located near its yard in Gluck.
The Anderson job pulls a small cut of cars for interchange with Norfolk Southern. Once it clears the switch, it will make a reverse move to set off the cars and finish the day's work.