Jim Kerner's Conrail Photography

Conrail action in the 1980's captured in black and white by Jim Kerner.

CR 2010 at Allentown PA

CR B23-7 2010 & GP40-2 3389 lead a freight west through JU interlocking in Allentown PA in the early 1980s.

CR 2170

Still RDG paint, CR 2170 is seen leading a excursion trip at a unknown location in the early 1980s.

CR 2222 1-10-1984

CR 2222 leads four more Geeps on a Eastbound on Chessie coal train on 1/10/84.

CR 2261

CR 2261 leads three more EMDs on a freight at a unknown location in the early 1980s.

CR 3261

CR 3261 and CR 8045 are seen leading a freight at a unknown loctaion.

CR 3661

CR 3661 is seen leading three more EMDs at a unknown location.

CR 6292 at Bennington Curve

With helpers CR 6292 and CR 6288 on the head end, a EB coal train drops down grade through Bennington Curve in Gallitzin PA in the mid 1980s.

CR 6338 at Bethlehem PA

CR 6338 leads six more EMDs west on a Allentown bound train at Bethlehem PA.

CR 6349

CR SD40 6349 & C30-7 6602 are seen leading TV train at a unknown location in the mid 1980s.

CR 6386

CR 6386 leads empty hoppers over Martins Creek.

CR 6392 at Bethlehem PA

CR 6392 plus three more SD's, lead a intermodal train east at Bethlehem PA.

CR 6463

CR 6463 & CR 6504 are seen on ALOI on 1/9/84.

CR 7565

CR GP10 7565 is seen at a unknown location in the early 1980s.

CR 7657 at Allentown PA.

CR 7657 leads a freight at Allentown PA in the early 1980s. Note the freshly painted slug set in the consist.

CR 7810

CR 7810, CR 8144 and CR 2774 are seen at a unknown location.

CR 8132

CR 8132 is seen leading a WB freight around Bennington Curve in Gallitzin PA.

CR 8148 at Bethlehem PA

Still in PC paint, CR 8148 is seen at Bethlehem PA.

CR 8669 Bethlehem, PA

CR SW8s 8669 and 8666 are seen with CR GP30 2232 at Bethlehem PA.

CR 9592 Bethlehem, PA

Still in RDG paint, CR 9592 leads two more SW1500s past the train station in Bethlehem, PA.

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