A few days ago a friend who lives near Letterkenny said he dropped by and noticed that the locomotives hadn't moved yet. They'll need to be mounted on flatcars to go to their new owners.
Note the B prefix to the numbers on the locomotives. These only exist at Letterkenny. Keep in mind that the depot previously had two Alco/GE MRS1 locomotives on site: USA B2044 and USA B2052. Both were donated to the Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum, MD, where they sat for years until they were scrapped in 2008. The B prefix indicated the locomotive was equipped with a boiler for providing steam heat for passenger train operations, if the locomotives were employed in such a role.
In September 1996 I visited the depot, saw the B prefix on the two GE 80-tons, and asked what the B meant. The employee said they thought that all Army locomotives are supposed to have a B, so they added the B prefixes by hand. I explained to him why the 2000-series MRS1s had B (because they had boilers) and the GE 80-tons obviously do not, but in response I got a "deer in the headlights" look and they continued to hand-paint a B on any Army locomotive that arrived.