Located off of Main Street in Conway, SC is one of the few remaining train depots in South Carolina. Painstakingly restored to its former glory, the Carolina Southern Railroad has become a frequent destination for freight services, passenger cars and observational locomotives. Originally erected in late 1886, the first train steamed into the Conway Depot in December of 1887. Carolina Southern stands as a permanent landmark in Southern History.
Carolina Southern Railroad Co. owns and operates several box cars, passenger cars and the City of Myrtle Beach Club Car. This City Of Myrtle Beach Club Car travels east along Hwy. 501 crossing the Intracoastal Waterway, stopping at the City of Myrtle Beach Train Depot located on 852 Broadway in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Carolina Southern Railroad is a proud member of the Carolina Rails system with connections running from Whiteville North Carolina to Mullins South Carolina, and from Chadbourn North Carolina to Conway SC. Carolina Southern railroad is also responsible for operation of the Waccamaw Coast Line, a railway running from Conway SC to Myrtle Beach SC.
With over 95 miles of track, 11 engines, 10 cars, and the ability to transport freight materials in excess of 16,000 to 1.7 million tons or more, Carolina Southern has maintained its humble beginnings, yet is capable enough to handle your toughest freight running needs.