9998 and 9999 run around their train of office cars Indiana and Illinois. The F40's made their maiden run today from Huntington to St. Albans and return.
9998 will go into the paint shop to have about 6 layers of Amtrak paint blasted off, then return to the shop for much needed body work.
What's left of 8417 is hauled off by Mansbach Metals for scrap. Locomotive was scrapped on site in about 8 hours.
The K5LA on an eastbound molten sulfur train competes with numerous Leslie horns and C&O steam whistles set up to help us celebrate Chessie's 72nd birthday at the St. Albans depot.
C&O 4617 sits at the west entrance to HLS with a weed spray train.
Where C&O 4617 does not want to go.......
9125 looks nice in new blue and gold after some much needed body work.
7127 and 7135 tied down with a ballast train. "Ballast Express."
Anyone know anything about this locomotive?
Reclassified GP38-2S, horsepower reduction.
The two newest Huntington repaints are ready to be picked up to go west to Russell, KY. 6058 and 8486.
Ex-WM 7446, 7546, CSXT 8397. =WM=