N9 Cabooses

CR 18200-Class N9

CR 18200 is seen at Hollidaysburg, PA on 6/7/97. Car is ex PC 18200/NYC 18200, built 11-45 and was deleted by CR on 9/24/98.

CR 18201 - Class N9 ("N11")

CR 18201 ex PC 18201 - Class N9 at Rochester, Pa. Caboose is an N9 but is lettered as an N11.

CR 18201 - Class N9 at Rochester, PA

Conrail 18201 is seen bringing up the markers on a work train at Rochester, PA

CR 18216 - Class N9

Former PC 18216, repainted 7-76 at RDG. Photo taken in October 1976.

CR 18218-Class N9

CR 18218 is seen at Altoona, PA on 6/7/97. Car is ex PC 18218/NYC 18218, built 1-45 and was deleted by CR on 4/14/99.

CR 18224 - Class N9

Former PC 18224 at Clearfield, PA on 3/31/1986.

CR 18251 - Class N9

CR 18251 - Class N9 at Harrisburg, PA

CR 18264 - Class N9

CR 18264 - Class N9 at Harrisburg, PA

CR 18306 10-78

CR 18306 10-78 CRHS Collection

CR 18353 - Class N9

Former PC 18353 at Rutherford, PA on 6/21/1986.

CR 18365 - class N9E

CR GP30 2211, GP-9B 3812, and N9E class caboose 18365 work at Morrisville yard in March, 1978.

CR 18365 - class N9E

CR GP30 2211, GP-9B 3812, and N9E class caboose 18365 work at Morrisville yard in March, 1978.

CR 18365 - class N9E

CR GP30 2211, GP-9B 3812, and N9E class caboose 18365 work at Morrisville yard in March, 1978.

CR 18385 - class N9E

Former PC N5 19108 and N9E 18385 cabooses at Mingo Junction behind CR Test Weight cars 80007 and 80010 in August, 1977.

CR 18387 - class N-9E

Rolling through Morrisville in April, 1977 N-9E class cabin 18387 follows a CNJ class CC12A covered hopper (series 1000-1099).

CR 18387 - Class N9E

N9E class cabin CR 18387 takes up the rear of a fast moving freight at Morrisville in April, 1977.

CR WNWS-5 in Huntington, MA. on 10/17/83. (2)

N9 transfer buggy 18244 and an unidentified bay window bring up the rear of WNWS-5 in Huntington, MA. on Oct. 17, 1983. Dig that "Pac-man" CPR box and the GM&O box next to it.

WNHA-22 at Windsor, CT. on 4/22/82. (2)

N9 transfer buggy 18331 on WNHA-22 in Windsor, CT. on April 22, 1982

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