Class H51 and subclasses

Conrail's H51 classes were made up of 861 cars built at Hollidaysburg to General American's Dry-Flo designs in 1969 by PC.

Class H51

The H51 class of covered hoppers were built at Hollidaysburg in 1969, following General American's Dry-Flo design as PC 887026-887286. The cars became CR 887026-887286. Many cars were sold and can be seen in lease fleets, such as AEX and NRLX, around the country. The cars are rated at 100 tons, 4635 cuft & are 55ft 6in long.

Class H51A

The H51A class of covered hoppers were built by PC at their Holidaysburg Car Shops in 1968 as PC 887287-887336. Cars then became CR 887287-887336. Many cars were sold the leasing companies such as AEX and NRLX and can be seen across the country. Cars are rated at 100 tons, 4635 cuft, & are 55ft 6in long.

Class H51B

The H51B class of covered hoppers were built by PC at their Hollidaysburg Car Shops in 1968 as PC 887337-887386. Cars then became CR 887337-887386. Many cars were sold the leasing companies such as AEX and NRLX and can be seen across the country. Cars are rated at 100 tons, 4635 cuft, & are 55ft 6in long.

Class H51C

The H51C class of covered hoppers were built by PC at their Holidaysburg Car Shops in 1969 as PC 887390-887789. Cars then became CR 887390-887789. Many cars were sold the leasing companies such as AEX and NRLX and can be seen across the country. Cars are rated at 100 tons, 4635 cuft, & are 55ft 6in long.

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