Dave and I hiked to Twin Falls, in Pickens S.C. This is a remote and small waterfall, but a nice hike with cool scenery. The cool thing about the Falls is that at the top is the ruins of an old railroad. From what I have found, it was the Appalaichin Logging Co., defunct in the 20s to 30s. It must have been an enormous flood that washed the rails down river. Here is Dave with the pile of rails at the top of the falls.. If you follow the trail, it follows the railbed pretty closely. From time to time you come across holes drilled into the rock, some of them with serious metal bars sticking out, usually bent downstream. These must be the anchors for the trestles alsong the creek. There are sporadic, bent rails laying in the river and on the banks. The really neat thing is that 2 miles upriver you come to 2 rails running through the woods... Just something you don't see every day.