Class G52L

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Car is ex CR 476746/PRR 228087 Class H43B and is seen here in July 1996. Thanks to Ryan Kunkle for the information. The orange ends denote that this car was used in the Electronic Air Braking System (EABS) testing.
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Conrail class G52L 503668 is seen at Enola in 1991. By the timeframe and the presence of sister car 503669 in the right edge of the photo, this was probably the car's first trip after being released from Hollidaysburg.
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The yellow ends denote that this car was used in the Electronic Air Braking System (EABS) test train.
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Car was rebuilt from H43B CR 477103/PRR 228467. The yellow ends denote that this car was used in the Electronic Air Braking System (EABS) test train.
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CR 504535 is seen here in November 1992. CR 504535 was rebuilt from class H43B CR 475788 (ex-PRR 227058).
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Car is ex PRR and is seen here in July 1996. Orange ends denote part of the EABS testing.
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Car was rebuilt from class H43B hopper CR 475961 (formerly PC 475961/PRR 227001). The yellow ends denote that this car was used in the Electronic Air Braking System (EABS) test train.

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