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Re: PC: Railfanning the last days of Conrail
- Subject: Re: PC: Railfanning the last days of Conrail
- From: Jerry Jordak <jer@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 10 Apr 1997 16:47:00 -0400
Gene.Fusco -AT- Symbios.com wrote:
> The SD38 hump yard motors are ex-PC if I remember correctly. I remember
> seeing one at the Buckeye yard in Columbus a coule years back. The slug it
> was attached to looked like it was an old Alco Century 6 axle. I don't
> know if they were ex-PC.
Most of the slugs were made from RS-11's and RSD-12's (note the notches
in the ends), and some of them were ex-PC, but others may have been
Most of CR's GP38's (7675-8039) and the GP38-2's (8140-up) are ex-PC.
Very few SD40's and GP40's, if any, remain. The U23C's were retired
last year. Of course, the FL9's are still running on M-N and CDOT.
Some of the SW1500's are ex-CR, but most of the 567-engined EMD
switchers are gone.
Jerry W. Jordak The boxcars and flatbeds, whistle blowin' steam
mailto:email@example.com That was yesterday
http://prozac.cwru.edu/jer/ Now those big trains don't come anymore
** Let Conrail be Conrail ** -- Restless Heart, "Big Iron Horses"
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