MOW Flatcars

Class 828F

Former NYC cars

Class F30A

Former PRR cars

Class F30D

Car is ex PRR

Class F47

Former PRR cars.

Class MDTG

Former MDTX flatcars.

ex-NdeM Flatcars

Conrail acquired several 89' flatcars from NdeM in the late 80's and placed them in MOW service.

CR 58675

Car is ex PC 31606.

CR 58806

Car is ex PRR 469433.

CR 58807 - Class F41

Car is ex CR 715673/PRR 469507 and was built 11-56; it was stenciled on one side as ex PRR 469501, stenciled PRR 46907x on the other. Car was deleted by 9-30-07. This was one of a group of flats renumbered to this series of cars, being used for hauling side panels to Hollidaysburg for the ongoing coalporter rebuilds in the early 1990's.

CR 58821 - Class 888F

Car is ex NYC 506091; car was deleted on 9-30-07.

CR 64000

CR 64000 is seen at Harrisburg PA on 3/30/13. Car is ex HMIX 8705 and I'm not sure what this car is used for.

CR 725573

CR 725573 is seen at Deepwater NJ on 9/22/07. Car is ex CR 786508 and was built 5-66. Car was later renumbered to NS 986918 in April of 2010.

CR 725573

CR 725573 is seen at Deepwater NJ on 9/22/07. Car is ex CR 786508 and was built 5-66. Car was later renumbered to NS 986918 in April of 2010.

CSXT 994509

CSXT 994509 is seen on Q370-30 at Newark DE on 1/31/12. The car's former CR number is unknown.

CSXT 994509

CSXT 994509 is seen on D021-19 at Elsmere DE on 9/19/11. The car's former CR number is unknown.

LUK 254 - Class F30E

Former CR MOW flat in captive service at Lukens Steel in Coatesville, PA. Car is ex CR 54043/PRR 475678.

NYC 725508

NYC 725508 is seen at Elsmere DE on 8/30/08. Car is ex CR 725508/CR 784025 and was built 12-61. Car was painted orange by CSX 5-08

NYC 725554

NYC 725554 is seen at Elsmere DE on 8/3/08. Car is ex CR 725554/CR 784126 and was built 12-61. Car was painted orange by CSX 5-08.

NYC 725554

Car was built 12-61, painted orange by CSX 5-08.

NYC 786530

Car is ex CR 786530/MDAX 2370 and was built 5-66. It was probably converted to this "scorpion" car around 3-8-96. (The equipment on the other end folds out/down, allowing track equipment to easily roll on/off the accompanying flat cars).

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