CR 5015 Purdys, NY 6-5-1980

CR 5015 Purdys, NY 6-5-1980

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Purdys stationPurdys, NY
United States
41° 19' 33.3408" N, 73° 39' 18.4644" W
CR 5015 pauses at Purdys station, NY. on June 5, 1980 with a southbound commuter train. The 5015 was the first FL-9 to get the ConRail paint scheme, which was fashioned after the PC scheme. CR used a darker yellow on the nose and the rest of the carbody was CR blue. PC used a dark, almost teal blue. The 5015 is another "survivor", renumbered 2027 by M-N , then transferred to CDOT where it got the "full treatment", complete rebuild and repaint into it's native New Haven McGinnis paint scheme. The 2027, along with 5 other CDOT rebuilds, was still "on the roster" as of Jan., 2009.
Photo By: 
Carl Weber
Photo Date: 
06/05/1980
Conrail Road Number(s): 
CR 5015
Post Conrail Owner(s): 
Metro North
Post Conrail Road Number(s): 
2027

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