Conrail Survivors (Post 1999)

These galleries contain photographs of Conrail's equipment AFTER split day, June 1, 1999.

Learn about how Cars and Locomotives were split between NS and CSX »

The CRHS is currently working on filling out these galleries, and we depend on user contributions to do so. If you have some CR photos that you would like to share, please visit the "How to contribute to the site" page to learn about contributing to the Conrail Photo Archive.

Surviving Conrail Cabooses

Even though Cabooses had fallen from widespread use by the end of Conrail, a number have survived in yard and local service for CSX and NS. Others have also moved into private hands.

Caboose Sightings Roster 1999 - 2009

Surviving Conrail Facilities

This gallery contains Conrail facilities that remain under new ownership.

Surviving Conrail Freight Cars

Conrail's freight cars now mostly work for their new owners. See them under NS and CSX ownership in this gallery.

Surviving Conrail Locomotives

This gallery contains Conrail's locomotive fleet split up in the 58:42 ratio between NS and CSX as well as Regionals, Short Lines and Industrial owners.

Surviving Conrail MOW Equipment

Here you can see the Conrail MOW equipment that still survives under new ownership as they work on for NS and CSX.

Surviving Conrail OCS Equipment

Most of Conrail's OCS fleet went to NS and CSX, and the two railroads now use them as part of their own OCS trains.

Surviving Conrail Passenger Service

When NJ Transit assumed control of all passenger operations in NJ from Conrail on January 1, 1983, a number of predecessor road passenger equipment and locomotives remained active for many years.

As with NJ Transit, SEPTA assumed control of all passenger operations from Conrail also in the early 1980's. Many of the former Reading and PC equipment and locomotives used in commuter service remained in active service for many years. Many of the Silverliner IV's remain active even into 2015.

This gallery chronicles the commuter equipment that survived Conrail's early years of passenger operations. Stations built by predecessor roads that remained active are also included.

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