MOW Gondolas


CR 56100 Series MOW Gondola Roster (PDF format, 260KB)

Class G26C

The PRR began rebuilding some class G26C gondolas with a fishbelly and interior center divider to carry panel-track switches as early as 1966. These rebuilds continued under the PC and CR years, with some cars being rebuilt into the early 1980s. Conrail labeled some of these cars "PANELIZED TURN OUT CARRIER"s on the left-hand side.

Class G26S

Switch panel gondolas.

Class G31B

Former PRR cars.

Class G31K

Former PRR cars.

Class G32C

Former PRR cars.

Class G35

Former PRR gondolas.

Class G36L

Former PRR cars.

Class G37

Former PRR cars.

Class G44

Former PRR cars.

Class G44A

Former PC cars.

Class G46

Former PC cars.

Class GE52H

Former EL cars.

Class GE61C

Former EL cars.

Class GE61D

Former EL cars.

Class GE61E

Former EL cars.

Class GE61F

Former EL cars.

Class GL61B

Former LV cars.

Class GR51M

Former RDG cars.

CR 35044

CR 35044 is seen in storage at Hollidaysburg PA on 6/19/02. Car is ex PC 35044/NYC 749226 and was built 3-26.

CR 45443- Class G31H

Car is ex PRR 365154 and was built 3-50; Seen here in late 2000.

CR 46222 - Class 541G

CR 46222 was in L394 at Cumberland, MD on 4/1/16, heading from Corbin, KY to Curtis Bay, MD. Neat car to see to celebrate Conrail's 40th anniversary. Car is ex PC 34860/NYC 637914 and was built 10-26 (rebuilt by NYC 12-52). It was stenciled "Elkhart Wrecker". B-end truck frame was from BN 234313, ex CB&Q 49313 boxcar built in 1966. A-end truck frame was from a gondola, CR 553320.

CR 46222 - Class 541G

CR 46222 was in L394 at Cumberland, MD on 4/1/16, heading from Corbin, KY to Curtis Bay, MD. Neat car to see to celebrate Conrail's 40th anniversary. Car is ex PC 34860/NYC 637914 and was built 10-26 (rebuilt by NYC 12-52). It was stenciled "Elkhart Wrecker". B-end truck frame was from BN 234313, ex CB&Q 49313 boxcar built in 1966. A-end truck frame was from a gondola, CR 553320.

CR 54659

Car is ex ERIE 10750 and was built 11-41; Seen here in early 2001.

CR 55295

CR 55295 is seen in the yard at Reading.

CR 67204

Car is ex CR 554815/PRR 386698.

CR 67211 - Class G31L

Car is ex CR 532028/PC 532028/PRR 373915 and was built 6-51, rebuilt 1968; was deleted on 7-2-03.

CR 78205 - Class G42

Car is ex PC 34003/PRR 386757 and was built 12-65; was deleted on 10-1-02.

CSLX 67050 - Class G36M

Former CR 67050/CR 525848/PRR 616497, built 8-58 is in captive service at Citi Steel in Claymont, DE.

CSLX 67050 - Class G36M

Former CR 67050/CR 525848/PRR 616497, built 8-58 is in captive service at Citi Steel in Claymont, DE.

CSXT 914804

Car is ex CSMX 3???/CR.

CSXT 914820 - Class 120G

Car is ex CSMX ??17/CR/NYC and was built 6-67.

CSXT 915208 - Class G52P

Car is ex NYC 588234/CR 588234 and was built 3-68, now in MOW service for CSX.

CSXT 915212 - Class G43A

Car is ex NYC 577633/CR 577633/PC 577633 and was built 5-68, now in MOW service for CSX.

CSXT 915245 - Class G52P

Car is ex CR 588410/PC and was built 5-68, now in MOW service for CSX.

CSXT 915343 - Class G52P

Car is ex NYC 588600/CR 588600 Built 3-70, now in MOW service for CSX.

NYC 55407

Car is ex RDG.

NYC 78052

Car is ex CR 78052/RDG 33970 and was built 3-52. It was deleted on 6-5-00.

PC 550414 - Class G36T

Car is ex PRR 619416 and was built 1-60; to CSXT, living out its last days in Altoona (the draft gear has been pulled out of this end).

RBMN 66003

Car is ex CR 66592/RDG.

RDG 31405 - RDG Class GHo

Car was built 9-56 as a RDG class GHo gondola before eventually being renumbered as CR 66592(?). Car was classed as a GR61C under Conrail. Owned by the RCT&HS.

SPSX 1043-Class GR61C

SPSX 1043 is seen at Martinsburg WV on 2/21/98. Car is ex CR 66305/CR 596923/RDG 31623, built 10-56 and deleted by CR 11/10/95. SPSX 1043 was deleted 10/18/01.

SPSX 66052-Class GR61C

SPSX 66052 is seen at Cumberland MD on 9/12/97. Car is ex CR 66052/CR 596765/RDG 31461, built 9-56 and deleted by CR 5/9/98. SPSX 66052 was deleted 12/22/00.

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