If it was the Glenmont equipment it would have been a huge, expensive project and I'm thinking pretty hard to keep under the radar screen. However, you never know. Equipment is visible from the road so maybe somebody can do a driveby and check. If they were brought out on the south end at the power plant there should be large mound of dirt where the tracks had to be uncovered. Would have been 8 pieces of equipment total, and the power plant had wanted to do it only once and to get it all out at one shot.