2 Wide cab GP40-2's prepare to pull a long train of loaded hoppers.
The classy American Flag flying, Halloween colored, KRT locomotives pause for a brief rest in their yard.
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.
The new repaints on KRT wait for a job to pop up in the yard.
Appears the KRT has undergone a transformation (or at least a paint job) after SunCokeEnergy Inc. acquired a 100% stake in the terminal at Ceredo. Green locos are gone, replaced with a nice orange... (more)
Lots of Green! All of the Kanawha River Terminal locomotives sit awaiting an assignment.
KRT's GP40-2L sits in KRT's Ceredo Dock river terminal with several other locomotives on a great fall day.
A variety of older KRT power spends this beautiful spring day deep in the Ceredo Yard.
A mild September afternoon reveals an assortment of older KRT power on the pit at Ceredo.
Kanawha River Terminal power idles on a Saturday afternoon. The terminal dumps coal delivered by both CSX and NS to barges on the Ohio River.
An assortment of power sits out in the yard, on a quiet Saturday afternoon.
It's a quiet Sunday at Kanawha River Terminal with all their power parked