Class G52B

Conrail's G52B class was a group of 600 cars built by Portec in 1979-80 at their Winder, GA plant.

CR 628301 - Class G52B

Conrail 628301 is seen at East Conway, PA

CR 628313-Class G52B

CR 628313 is seen on display at Railfest at Altoona PA on 10/5/97.

CR 628314 - Class G52B

Conrail 628314 is seen at Conway, PA

CR 628333 - Class G52B

Conrail coil car Class G52B CR 628333 April 1996 ORER description: Gondola, steel, cushion underframe, trough type floor, load with first coil in each trough at outboard ends with progressive loading toward center of car and odd coils loaded near center partition when necessary to prevent overloading of trucks, 30" to 84" diameter coil steel, axle spacing 5' 10", truck centers 44' 8", AAR car type code E641, mechanical designation GBSR.

CR 628335 - Class G52B

Conrail 628335 is seen at Leetsdale, PA

CR 628375 - Class G52B

Conrail 628375 is seen at Enola, PA

CR 628476 - Class G52B

Conrail 628476 is seen at East Conway, PA

CR 628549 - Class G52B

Conrail 628549 is seen at Cove, PA

CR 628592 - Class G52B

Conrail 628592 is seen at East Conway, PA

CR 628598-Class G52B

CR 628598 is seen in the consist of PICA-9 at Altoona, PA on 6/8/97. Car was built 1-80 by Portec.

CR 628601 - Class G52B

Conrail 628601 is seen at Enola, PA

CR 628632-Class G52B

CR 628632 is seen fresh from Hollidaysburg at Altoona, PA on 11/24/98.

CR 628715 - Class G52B

Conrail 628715 is seen at East Conway, PA

CR 628766 - Class G52B

Conrail 628766 is seen at Rochester, PA

CR 628767- Class G52B

Car is seen here in April 1996. Note the coil hood at left wearing jade green paint of NYC/PC heritage.

CR 628792 - Class G52B

Conrail 628792 is seen at Thompsontown, PA

CR 628840 - Class G52B

Conrail 628840 is seen at East Conway, PA

CR 628840 - Class G52B

Conrail 628840 is seen at Leetsdale, PA

CR 628878 - Class G52B

Conrail 628878 is seen at East Conway, PA

NYC 628353 - Class G52B

Car is ex CR 628353 and was built 8-79.

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