EMD SD7

Conrail inherited two SD-7's from the Penn Central, assigning them to 6998 and 6999.  EMD's original Special Duty series "SD" locomotive was built between February 1952 and November 1953.  The V-16 567B-powered units produced 1,500hp.

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SD7 6998 uses the Lehigh Line as a switching lead to position vans on SERU for Rutherford. The 6998 was one of two SD7's on the Conrail Roster. It and sister 6999 were built for the PRR's Madison Hill in Cinncinnati, OH
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One of two ex-PC SD-7's, CR 6998, and SW-9 9018 (ex-EL 447) by the steam-era coaling tower at Enola in September, 1983.
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CR 19121R N5 class ex-PC cabin joins CR SD-7 6999 at Allentown yard.
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A rarity in Bethlehem as one of only two ex-PRR SD-7's shows fresh CR blue in July, 1979.
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Showing off her fresh CR blue, one of only two ex-PRR SD-7's rolls by Bethlehem Steel in July, 1979.

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