A four axle GE/GM combo pulls a covered hopper toward an industrial park east of the yard.
After the other end of Y101's power derailed as they were leaving North side 1, they refused to enter our yard until the track was fixed. This left the slug set shown here ;
'trapped' for a coupl... (more)
With a load of 9 cars behind the power, CSXT Columbia local Y101 has made the trip across the river from Cayce Yard and will start their day of work in Columbia. They have a busy day ahead as the... (more)
CSXT Columbia local Y101 comes over to Columbia as they begin their afternoon of industry service on this side of the river. They are headed toward NS Andrews Yard where they will work their firs... (more)
CSXT Columbia local Y101 comes over to Columbia as they begin their afternoon of industry service on this side of the river.
CSXT Columbia local Y101 is in the process of flipping the switch to go down the NIT Lead while a mid to late 1970s era Corvette zooms past. This looks more like an image you may see 30 years ago... (more)
CSXT Columbia local Y101 brings 1 lumber car to a facility just inside NS Andrews Yard amid a cloud of haze over the City of Columbia.
Running with a much larger load the normal, CSXT Columbia local Y101 brings a cut of 8 cars past the switch as they prepare to cross the 6 lanes of Assembly Street in downtown Columbia.
CSX Y101 heads toward Cayce Yard after performing its local jobs during the morning.
CSXT Columbia local Y101 brings their train around the curve and past the signals that guard Devine Junction as they being their day of work with lumber, coils, and scrap metal in tow.
The crew of Columbia local Y101 has just finished their work at the scrap metal facility and they are blowing for the first crossing as they begin the short trip back to the yard.
The crew of Columbia local Y101 has just flagged the crossing as they shove back down the recycling lead and prepare to do about 20 minutes worth of work.
Columbia local Y101 has just flipped the switch to head down the NIT Track off of Assembly Street. Today they are running with a Road Slug that sounds more like a sick airplane engine!
CSX Columbia local Y101 works the seldomly photographed NIT track that branches off Assembly Street. Here they are passing a conglomerate of signs as they run long hood forward toward the facilit... (more)