The depressing deadline! These first two units are RCPHG4s, rebuilt B36-7s, awaiting scrapping. They were most recently used in remote control work. The rest of the line is filled with beat-up SD4... (more)
Chesapeake & Ohio built its Huntington Locomotive Shops in 1872, and a century later, in May of 1975, the lineup of motive power getting class repairs there is a “picture” of second generation die... (more)
As seen by this aerial perspective, a variety of EMD and GE locomotives sit in storage along the deadline of CSX's Huntington Locomotive Shops. While not all locomotives are destined for the scrap... (more)
As seen from this aerial perspective, an assortment of EMD standard cabs await a variety of servicing by the Huntington Locomotive Shops. Locomotives are inspected, serviced, repainted, and scrapp... (more)
The Marshall University locomotive rests near Huntington Locomotive Shops. The former CSX unit is an empty shell that is displayed outside of the MU football stadium on game days.
Anybody need a prime mover? A rare look inside the power assembly rebuild area at HLS.
Another customer waits for service inside HLS.
Waiting for service inside HLS. Ex-BO 6959 (GP30).
A big GE gets serviced at HLS but it looks like the shop crew has visions of running her at Daytona next spring.
Former Conrail E8s are on the auction block at HLS.