After a quick crew change at the depot, former C&O through freight 91 continues toward Handley, Charleston and Huntington behind an incredible group of 12 locomotives. Within the mix are 11 powered units, one yard slug, and six each four-motor and six-motor units. A single ex-L&N U30C is second out. CSXT had only recently downgraded and essentially closed Hinton Yard. In the steam era, Hinton marked the change from flat-land engines to locomotives designed to cross the Alleghenies. Hudsons gave way to Greenbriers on passenger trains, and Kanawhas gave way to huge Alleghany class H-8 2-6-6-6s (front and rear) on eastbound tonnage coal trains.