You mean all 11 SD70M-2's will go, the 3 leased and the 8 owned? Or just the 3 CITX units?
All of the SD-70's are leased and all will go back and it might happen quite soon. I have heard that GE will provide some demos or something to replace the SD-70 and this could happen within months.
The older engines for the most part are staying although a couple of them are being let go, 2000 and 403 are headed off property pretty soon, maybe to Progress Rail for some treatment. The 2000 has the old heritage paint job but it is the last one of the original GP-40's which was never upgraded to dash two standards and has given them some problems when it was used. I saw it on its last trip down here on the point of 224 many months ago. Engine 403 hasn't run in a while either although I don't know just what problem it had. Both might be gone by now. The FEC expects a substantial increase in business as a result of expansion at Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale) and the Port of Miami (the yard is not complete here as yet so business is limited right now) and they are figuring for more new power to handle this new business. They are also going to extend some sidings and add a little bit more double track in order to better handle this business. The trailroad itself is in superb condition and it is a delight to see trains here.