2-bay Covered Hoppers

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Class 843H was built by Pullman-Standard in June 1953 as NYC 882050-882649, totaling 600 cars.
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Class 853H was built in 1955 as NYC 882650-882849.
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Class 860H was a group of 77-ton cars built by Pullman-Standard in 1956 as NYC 883100-883499, totaling 400 cars.
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Conrail's C13As were the only group of covered hoppers purchased new by Big Blue. The class of 400 cars was built by Pullman-Standard at Butler, PA in September 1977 and they had 100-ton capacities.
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The CC12A class of covered hoppers was built by North American Car Co. in 1967 for the CNJ as CNJ 1000-1099. Cars became CR 875284-875383. The entire class was transfered to CSX after the split in 1999. Some cars were renumbered into CSXT 229038-229089 series. The cars are rated at 100 tons, 2700 cuft and are 54ft long.
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Former CNJ cars
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Former CNJ cars
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Class CE12A was a group of 50 100-ton Pullman-Standard PS-2 cars built for the EL in the summer of 1966.
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Former EL cars
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Former LV cars
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Former LV cars
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Former RDG cars
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Former RDG cars
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The H49 class covered hoppers were built by Pullman Standard in 1966 as PRR 261245-261369. 52 cars carried their PRR numbers to Conrail and were renumbered to CR 884901-884972. The 64 cars that became PC 885315-885439 now became CR 885315-885439. PRR 261269 never got CR'ed. It was sold by Conrail and became TCOX 105 and was still in service in PRR paint as of 2003. Cars are rated at 100 tons, 3018 cuft & 41ft long.
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200 of these covered hoppers were built as PRR 261145-261244.
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CR 880445 is seen at Columbia, PA. Car is ex RDG 79179.
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Car is ex RDG 79182 and was built 5-60.
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A surprise transfer on a mixed freight arrived in the snow at Morrisville in March, 1978. Behind the ARCO Polymer center flow hopper, a Southern Railway NW-2 1032 was coupled between a 2-bay PRR hopper and CR gondola 622811.
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Former RDG 2-bay covered hopper 93543 at the Abrams engine terminal in February, 1982.

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