EMD E Units - Page 7

Conrail inherited its E unit fleet from the Penn Central and Erie Lackawanna. While the EL used its E's in midwestern freight service, Conrail quickly discontinued this practice and reduced it's E unit usage to commuter service in the east and executive service on the Office Car Special.

NYC 4107 Willow Grove, PA 12-11-1976

NYC E-7B 4107 was being taken to scrap along with two ex-PRR E-7A's at Willow Grove, PA in December, 1976. The E-7A's and the E-7B were not on the April, 1976 Conrail roster. The low quality photo was taken by a Kodak Brownie camera and Ektachrome film.

PC 4049 Peekskill, NY 2-28-1979

Amtrak E-unit 265 (former PC 4049) rests with a number of retired FL-9's at the Peekskill, NY deadline in February, 1979.

PC 4052 Peekskill, NY 2-28-1979

Amtrak E-unit 267 (former PC 4052) rests in the Peekskill deadline with other FL-9's in February, 1979.

PC 4200-4245 Willow Grove, PA 12-11-1976

An unidentified ex-PRR E-7A(4200-4245 series) was on it's way, along with ex-PRR E-7A 4243 and NYC E-7B 4107, to scrap at Willow Grove, PA in December, 1976. The crude lettering shows the E-7A's destination as "Morrisville Scrap Co., Morrisville, PA. The E-7A's and E-7B were not on the April, 1976 roster. The low quality photo was taken with a Kodak Brownie camera and Ektachrome film.

PC 4243 Willow Grove, PA 12-11-1976

Ex-PRR E-7A 4243 was one of two E-7A's, and a NYC E-7B being taken to scrap at Willow Grove, PA in December, 1976.  The stenciling shows the E-7A's destination as "Tube City Iron and Metal Corp. Morrisville, PA."   E-7A's and the E-7B were not on the April, 1976 Conrail roster. The low quality photo was taken by a Kodak Brownie camera and Ektachrome film.

PC 4243 Willow Grove, PA 12-11-1976

Ex-PRR E-7A 4243, an unidentified ex-PRR E-7A, and NYC E-7B 4107 were being taken to scrap at Willow Grove, PA in December, 1976.  The stenciling shows the E-7A's destination as "Tube City Iron and Metal Corp. Morrisville, PA."  The E-7A's and the E-7B were not on the April, 1976 Conrail roster. The low quality photo was taken by a Kodak Brownie camera and Ektachrome film.

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