Class X75

Conrail's X75 class was originally built by Pullman-Standard under lot #9602 in 10/1972 in a 500-car order, series PC 168000-168499. Many of these 77-ton cars were used in paper or other clean-lading service, denoted by the yellow or green door.

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BCRX 159012 is seen at Duncannon, PA, sometime after Sep. 1986, in the employ of GE Railcar Services. Car later became JCLX 159012 and then USAX 29422.
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Conrail 159036 is seen at Temple, PA
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Conrail 159130 is seen at Lancaster, PA
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Conrail 209338 is seen at Mifflin, PA in the 1980s
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Conrail 215272 is seen in storage at Rutherford, PA
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Conrail 215313 is seen in storage at Rutherford, PA
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Conrail 215387 is seen at Mifflin, PA in the early 1980s. This car is equipped with a less-common Superior door, painted yellow to indicate the car is in paper service.

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