Morning Local. P42 heads through the historic Beaumont Village on its way into Hayne Yard.
Norfolk Southern local, NS P42, picks up speed at Magnolia headed north, led by a brand new EMD leader.
Norfolk Southern local P42 awaits a southbound 213 at Timken before heading back to Hayne Yard in Spartanburg.
In the middle of the consist on NS P42. Unsure of lineage or reason for location.
Southern Railway's 1st SD40 No. 3170, restored into it's as ordered scheme; leads NS P42 from Gainsville, GA during a September evening as a thunderstorm builds in the distance. I was on my way do... (more)
NS P42 creeps underneath the wooden Old Converse Road bridge headed north to work industries in Gaffney, SC.
NS P42 gets its train ready on a beautiful April morning in Spartanburg, SC. Hayne Yard was named after South Carolina Senator Robert Hayne, most notably known for his role in the famous political... (more)
Ex-Southern Railway high hood SD40-2 3218 leading NS P42 while switching Allied Premium Protein in Gaffney, SC as it's first move. This is as far as P42 would make it North on this day. Thus the t... (more)
Ex-Southern Railway high hood SD40-2 3291 leads P42 back towards Spartanburg's Hayne Yard after turning in Blacksburg at Grover. Seen here paralleling Hwy 29 and crossing the concrete bridge over ... (more)
NS P42 picks up speed as it exits the NS/CSX interchange yard in Spartanburg, SC. In the lead is a freshly repainted SD40-2 in Operation Lifesaver paint.
NS P42 with an Ex-Southern high hood SD40-2 in the lead works it's way back to Hayne yard seen here just south of Cowpens.
NS P42 with an Ex-Southern high hood SD40-2 in the lead entering Blacksburg, SC and will run around it's train to return south working on the way back to Hayne yard.
NS P42 with an Ex-Southern high hood SD40-2 in the lead switches Allied Premium Protein in Gaffney, SC. From Hayne Yard in Spartanburg to this switch is the only time it would lead on this particu... (more)
NS P42 picks up speed at Magnolia headed for Gaffney.
NS P42 (Spartanburg, SC to Gaffney, SC), led by a sharp looking high hood Geep, flies past Magnolia headed for Gaffney.