Wrecks and Scrapped Units
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CW44AC 100 /
No details known. George Benson photo.
CW44AC 151 /
Fire damage so sever that this unit is almost unrecognizeable. Ricky Hamilton photo.
CW44AC 256 /
Wrecked in an early 2001 fatal accident somewhere in Ohio I believe. Tony Jones Photo.
CW44AC 403 /
Severe fire damage suffered in the same incident with 151 above. Notice how the numberboards have melted. Ricky Hamilton photo.
CW44AC 471 /
On it's way to Mexico for repairs, this CW44AC gets to ride for awhile. Stuart Lodge photo.
SD70AC 700 /
Spirit of Cumberland
Wrecked in the same accident as the 256 above, "The Spirit of Cumberland" will never be the same. Tony Jones photo.
GP38 2081 /
Stripped and scrapped sitting out side the former C&O Huntington, WV shops.
GP38 2105 /
With a missing cab and fire damage, this GP38 is totaled, with what's left sitting outside the Huntington Heavy Repair Shop.
SD20-2 2404 /
Looks like a sideswipe incident peeled off the cab of SD20-2 2404.
SD38 2464 /
Some Ex-Conrail SD38s lasted for over 10 years on the CSX roster. This one has reached the end at Huntington, WV. Brian Gessel photo.
SD38 2465 /
Sad to see one of the few units left in conrail blue being slowly dismantled at the Huntington shops. Brian Gessel photo.
GP38-2 2579 /
Sitting outside the Huntington shops with a variety of older power, crunched GP38-2 2579 was in need of some TLC. Brian Gessel photo.
GP38-2 2770 /
Spirit of Cumberland
Sometime around Christmas 2001, these two ex conrail GP38-2s were wrecked near Rochester, NY.
B23-7 3102 /
Instead of pulling freight cars, what's left of this B23-7 gets to ride on one. Note the "Retired" stencils added to the unit.
U23B 3221 /
Severely damaged and never to run again, sitting in a Waycross, GA deadline back in 1991.
U23B 3230 /
With a new pilot attached, sitting outside the Waycross, GA Heavy Repair Shop in October 1991.
GP30M 4226 /
Burned and sitting in the backshop area of Huntington, WV.
GP35 4373 /
Severely damaged and parked at the Cumberland, MD roundhouse May 1991.
GP35 4394 /
Damaged and parked at the Cumberland, MD roundhouse back in 1988.
SD40 4616 /
With a clean cut, this SD40 is being dismantled along with some other units at the Huntington shops. Briian Gessel photo.
SD70AC 4814 /
Looking like it was just a bit thirsty, SD70AC 4814 takes a break. James Butler photo.
U30B 5337 /
Heavily damaged and sitting in a Waycross, GA deadline just after receiving it's new CSX number.
U30B 5361 /
Wrecked in a coat of very fresh CSX paint, this unit barely got to show off it's new paint.
B30-7 5568 /
Receiving some repair work in the Waycross, GA shops. Paul Amos photo.
U36B 5800 /
Another awaiting the torch at a Waycross, GA scrapyard.
B40-8 5940 /
Wrecked and sitting in Evansville, IN awaiting shipment to a Jacksonville, FL rebuilder.
GP40-2 6047 /
Parked in the Cumberland, MD yard, this damage knocked the 6047 off the roster.
GP40-2 6117 /
Back in 1999, Hurricane Floyd left it's mark on much of the east coast, and this GP40-2 was no exception. Unknown photographer.
GP40-2 6130 /
In Transit to Brazil
Looking like the cab got flattened a bit, 6130 sits outside the Huntington shops. Brian Gessel photo.
GP40-2 6197 /
This Huntington, WV shot is not what management had in mind for merging the Chessie and Seaboard!
GP40-2 6202 /
Wrecked beyond repair, this GP40-2 sits at the Huntington, WV shops.
GP40-2 6231 /
Obviously wrecked, but the details unknown, this GP40-2 sits outside the Huntington, WV shops. Emmett Bell photo.
GP40 6525 /
A wrecked GP40 like this one, this late in it's career almost always isn't cost effective to repair.
GP40 6532 /
Now this would be an interesting paint scheme to model!
GP40 6546 /
Parts scattered everywhere in this scene behind the Huntington shops.
GP40 6665 /
GP40 6665 never made it to the CSX era, and this shot shows why.
GP40 6719 /
Severe frame damage put an end to this GP40's career shortly after it was repainted.
GP40 6823 /
Like 6665, GP40 6823 was retired before CSX came around, and this photo shows the heavy damage sustained.
GP60 6899 /
One of three GP60s received in a large power swap, this unit's CSX career had barely started when it was badly damaged in
a Bone Valley Florida mishap.
C30-7 7009 /
Nothing really unusual about the paint schemes or units, but it's not every day you see a boatload of ex CSX units sailing to Brazil.
U30C 7202 /
Time was short for all U30Cs when CSX was formed, but this one left a little sooner than the rest.
U30C 7273 /
Wrecked near Ravenna, Kentucky, this U30C was cut up into scrap right there. Anthony Hardy pic.
CW40-8 7673 /
"Here is a photo of Q573(Sep99) that I was the engineer on. It occurred between Louisville and Nashville." - BT Aldridge.
SD40-2 8142 /
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