I didn't see much on a quick trip to the river today, but I did find a few slides in a box while I was looking for something else. Here are a few pictures from what I think is late winter/early spring 1986.
First, the Capt. Charles H. Stone, heading south from the Gallipolis Locks and Dam.
And the Katie Kinzeler heading up toward the locks.
From the sequence in the box of slides, I'm guessing the Stone had been helping out on some double cuts at the locks and was heading back to its own tow when this was taken. Judging from the vegetation in the foreground of some pictures, I also assume the river was a bit high this day.
I don't have many good photos of the triple-screw turtlebacks.