This gallery shows many of the Conrail system yards including Abrams, Allentown, Ashland Ave, Bayview, Binghamton, Brier Hill, Chrysler, Collinwood, Conway, Croxton, DeWitt, Edgemoor, Elizabethport, Enola, Frontier, Geddes Street, Goodman Street, Hollidaysburg, Hornell, Meadville, Midvale, Morrisville, Motor, Niagara, Orrville, Pavonia, Rose, Scranton, Selkirk, Spring Street, Stanley, Stoney Creek, Willow Run, and Windsor Street.
CR's Abrams yard was a former Reading Company yard located near King of Prussia, PA.
CR's Allentown yard was a former Central Railroad of New Jersey yard located in Allentown, PA.
Conrail's Ashland Ave yard was Conrail's primary yard in the Chicago area. While mostly used for intermodal trains, this yard originated several transfer trains and local jobs. It was also referred to as the "CJ" or Chicago Junction based on the name of a predecessor company that originally built the yard.
CR's Ashtabula Harbor yard was located in Ashtabula, OH.
CR's Binghamton yard was a former Erie yard located in Binghamton, NY.
CR's Bison yard was a former Erie Lackawanna terminal yard located in Buffalo, NY.
CR's Brier Hill yard was a former Erie Lackawanna yard located in Youngstown, Ohio.
Buckeye Yard was a former PRR facility located on the west side of Columbus Ohio.
CR's Chrysler yard was located in Newark, DE.
CR's Collinwood yard was a former NYC yard located in Collinwood, Ohio.
CR's Conway yard was located northwest of Pittsburgh along the Ohio river. This former PRR yard remained the largest railroad yard in the world from the time of it's expansion in the 1950's until 1980.
CR's Croxton yard was a former Erie Lackawanna yard located in Jersey City, NJ.
CR's DeWitt yard was a former New York Central yard located in Syracuse, NY.
CR's Edgemoor yard located in Edgemoor, DE.
CR's Elizabethport yard was a former Central Railroad of New Jersey yard located in Elizabethort, NJ.
CR's Enola yard was a former PRR yard located on the west bank of the Susquehanna River, across from Harrisburg. Enola was the largest railroad yard in the world until the PRR opened Conway yard in 1959.
Enola Yard was a key Conrail facility serving as a main classification yard located at the convergence of a number of lines.
CR's Frontier yard was a former New York Central yard located in Buffalo, NY.
CR's Geddes Street yard was a former DL&W yard located in Syracuse, NY.
CR's Goodman Street Yard was a former New York Central yard located in Rochester, NY.
CR's Harrisburg yard was a former PRR yard located in the city itself, and across the river from the more famous Enola facility.
CR's Hollidaysburg yard was a former PRR yard located in Hollidaysburg, PA.
Part of Conrail's Southern Tier, Hornell yard was a former Erie yard located in Hornell, NY.
CR's Meadville yard was a former Erie Lackawanna yard located in Meadville, PA.
CR's Midvale yard was located in Philadelphia, PA.
CR's Morrisville yard was a former PRR yard located in Morrisville, PA.
CR's Motor yard was located on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio.
CR's Niagara yard was located in Niagara, NY.
CR's Orrville yard was a former PRR yard located in Orrville, Ohio.
CR's Pavonia yard was a former PRR interchange yard with the PRSL located in Camden, NJ.
Pavonia is currently operated by the Conrail's Shared Assets Operations.
CR's Rose yard was a former PRR yard located in Altoona, PA.
CR's Rutherford yard was a former Reading Company yard located near Harrisburg, PA.
CR's Scranton yard was a former Erie Lackawanna yard located in Scranton, PA.
CR's Selkirk yard was a former NYC yard located in the hamlet of Selkirk within Bethlehem, NY.
Selkirk was known for being the home to many GE U-boats during Conrail's earlier years.
CR's Spring Street yard is located in Reading, PA.
CR's Stanley yard was a former New York Central yard located in Toledo, OH.
CR's Stoney Creek yard was located in Stoney Creek, PA.
CR's Dearborn Division Willow Run yard was located in Ypsilanti, MI.
CR's Windsor St yard was located in York, PA.
A 1981 view of the dead lines at East Altoona in 1981. Among the cars pictured are H54 covered hopper 890415 and ballast hopper 51734, The turntable and foundations of the old East Altoona roundhouse are seen behind the lines of stored cars. East Altoona was once the largest roundhouse in the world, servicing as many as 350 steam locomotives a day. It was closed in early 1968 and demolished that year.