When I was there last(it it was within the past four weeks), the 3612 was outside, nose donated to a BDLX GP40 which is no longer a high hood unit, and this unit(3612) looked pretty far gone. The 3636 was along side the building, still outside, and while I can confirm some parts have been removed for other units, the carbody is still intact and in one piece. the 3614 and 3618 were outside the building, but in differing areas of the compound. There also were a bunch of ex BN Cabless B30-7A's(owned by RMDI), a bunch of BAR GP38-3's( being held out of service by the bank that owns them, I believe), as well as a D&H blue and grey Jordan Spreader and other assorted pieces of equipment in various states of disassembly. Inside was the 120, the 1804(getting its new block) and a Housitanic GP35, # 3603, I believe, in for some work by RMDI. Also, the NYSW is taking the ex BAR woodchip cars and placing heavier trucks on them and upping the allowable tonnage they can hold, so as to maximixe their potential.
I know I'm getting old... My insurance company sent me only half a calendar this year!