Conrail had hundreds of facilities spread across its system. These facilities ranged from the sprawling Selkirk, Enola and Elkhart yards to isolated towers along the Pittsburgh line.
This gallery features photos in and around the Conrail Juniata shops, the railroads main locomotive repair facility. While operated by the PRR, it was once the largest locomotive shop in the world.
This gallery features photos in and around many of Conrail's locomotive shops and includes some of the smaller maintenance facilities.
Lucknow yard was small in comparison to Conrail's major freight yards; it measured 4,500 feet long and only 500 feet wide. Located next to Conrail's Harrisburg yard and intermodal facility, it churned out ten to twelve 1,500-foot ribbons of continuous welded rail in an assembly line fashion a day.
This gallery features photos of the many yard offices found at many of the predecessor road's yards throughout the Conrail system.
Included are Abrams, Ashland Ave, Ashtabula, Colehour, Conway, Croxton, Enola, Morrisville, and Spring Street.
This gallery features photos of the variety of yard towers found at many of the predecessor road's yards throughout the Conrail system.
Included are Ashtabula, Enola, Conway, Morrisville, Harrisburg, and Colehour.