She went in, in EMD maroon and silver, now carries fresh blue and gold, windows still masked, waiting for next shift to apply the clearcote.
Alco history shows on this slug drying in the paint shop.
Undergoing heavy repairs at the Huntington shops
Suffering from apparent wreck damage, this GP40-2 has met an untimely demise at Huntington.
C&O H-6 #1308 looks as good as she did when new in 1949, although she hasn't moved an inch since being placed on display nearly 42 years ago. The museum at 14th St. West is owned and operated by t... (more)
CSX #13 and #252 lead an eastbound OUCX unit train headed for Orlando, FL under the old C&O signal at HO cabin.
CSX eng. 8362 leads Q316 onto the Ohio River Subdivision at Guyandotte Jct.
A former B&O GP38 gathers rust with other old EMDs outside of the Huntington Shop. Despite all of the damage, I'm told this unit went on to serve the C&NW, UP, and ultimately CEFX.
GP-9 6031 picked a switch creating this mess just west of the Huntington ACF plant. Several brand new ACF Center Flow hoppers were damaged including the Southern car on the left.
A westbound freight train waits on a fresh crew at the west end of the big Huntington, WV yard with an interesting mix of power.
Freshly painted 8503 is leaving the back shops @ Huntington and is headed to Jacksonville for company photos.
CSXT Eastbound Coal Train at Huntington, WV.
A long colorful line.