Just like home.. Two of the three ex-CN GP40-2 widecabs that have made their home at the SunCoke/Kanawha River Terminals Ceredo Docks idle away in the yard during a blustery snowstorm waiti... (more)
After being meticulously repainted at CSX's large locomotive repair shop in Huntington, WV, CRR 800 was released and sent south to Jacksonville, FL. It is seen here being shoved west to Catletttsb... (more)
With a shiny Boxcar logo unit on the point, Q316 heads east through the small town of Ceredo, WV on a sunny and bitterly cold January afternoon. Q316 will soon head up the Ohio River Subdivision a... (more)
Former VRE, now SunCoke GP40PH-2 #413 leads a cut of loaded coal cars from the interchange yard with CSX at Ceredo, splitting the towns of Ceredo and Kenova in two for a short time while they mane... (more)
The Stars & Stripes blow in the breeze on the nose of SXCP 1100 as the power sits idle in the yard at Ceredo at the end of day shift on Veterans Day.
All three of the GP40-2L's and the GP40PH-2 from VRE are tied down in front of the water tower on Veterans Day. The crews have just completed their shift & are heading home, while these 3,000 hor... (more)
A front portrait of former CN GP40-2L #1100 as the pair sits tied down in the yard in Ceredo with the water tower directly behind. Beautiful weather and a brisk breeze accompany the end of a beau... (more)
The classy American Flag flying, Halloween colored, KRT locomotives pause for a brief rest in their yard.
Relaxing in the shade of a cool September evening, two of the mainstay wide cab Geeps donning the SunCoke orange-on-black scheme are coupled to a cut of Duke Power Company hoppers awaiting to be t... (more)
The United States flag flies on the head end of KRT 1100 which is idling in the yard on a Sunday afternoon.
With their work done for the day, two of the three GP40-2 widecabs at the KRT Ceredo Docks idle away as the rest of the miscellaneous units sit quietly in the background near the water tower. Wit... (more)
KRT 1100 represents the USA as it has an American flag strapped to the front of it while switching around empty CSX coal tubs in darker weather that will later bring rain.
Slow times at Suncoke KRT with everything parked
Business as usual
Not much has changed at the Suncoke KRT transloading facility over the past year. With the steep decline of the coal industry, the yard once filled with cuts of ... (more)
Former VRE GP40PH-2 #23, now painted for KRT #413, idles near the KRT motive power shops as other power sits unassigned in the terminal.