From the run-of-the-mill 53' flatcar to unique pieces like the one-of-a-kind FD2 "Queen Mary", Conrail had a very interesting and diverse flatcar fleet. Learn more about them in this gallery.

Class 888F

Class 888F was a group of 200 flatcars built by Pullman Standard in 1960 as NYC 506000-506199.

Class F33

16 F33 class cars were built in 1938 by the PRR and were given the series PRR 470080-470095. The cars had a capacity of 125 tons.

Class F36A

F36A's were rated at 152 tons capacity, built by the PRR in 1940-41.

Class F40

The F40 class consists of one 12-axle depressed-center flatcar, built as PRR 470250.

Class F41

700 class F41 flat cars were built and were given the PRR 469300-469999 series.

Class F41A

Former PRR cars

Class F41B

Former PRR cars

Class F41D

Former PRR cars

Class F41F

Former PRR cars

Class F42

The F42 class consists of 20 cars, formerly numbered PRR 470251-470270.

Class F43

The F43 class consists of only 6 cars built as PRR 470271-470276.

Class F47

The F47 class consists of 25 flatcars built by GSC, formerly numbered PRR 480350-480374.

Class F49

The PRR built 10 F49 flatcars in 1965. These cars had a 95-ton capacity and were equipped with removable floor beams and floors to accomodate large loads.

Class FD1

The FD1 class consists of only 9 cars built as PRR 470236-470244.

Class FD2

The FD2 class consists of one 16-axle depressed-center flat car, built as PRR 470245.

Class FE42A

Former EL cars built by Maxson Corporation in June 1974 with a 99-ton capacity.

Class FE51D

Conrail's class FE51D was a group of 100 cars built for the Erie Lackawanna by Magor in the summer of 1969.

CR 702256

Conrail 702256 is seen at Duncannon, PA. Car is ex PC 702256.

CR 702704

Conrail 702704 is seen at Temple, PA. This is an ex-New Haven car they originally used for TOFC service.

CR 716097

CR 716097 is seen at Enola, PA.

CR 766225

Conrail 766225 (ex PC 766225/NH 17100) is seen at Temple, PA.

CR 786026

CR 786026 is seen at Washington Boro, PA.

PC 784997

PC 784997 piggyback flat with CRZ 200013 40' trailer and another CRZ 45' trailer.

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