N7B Cabooses

The N7B class consists of 88 cabooses in the series CR 21000-21099, formerly PC/NYC 21000-21099.

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N7B 21095 by the signal gantry on the rear of POSE at State Line.
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Pusher 6386 shoving against N7B 21056 on the rear of BLR173 at Bancroft, MA. as SENH continues his descent.
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Former PC/NYC 21000 in storage at Rutherford, PA on 7/10/1983.
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CR 21011 - Class N7B
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CR 21012 - Class N7B
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Former PC/NYC 21013 with N5C cabin 23116 at Rutherford, PA on 11/3/1982.
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CR 21014 - Class N7B
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Former PC/NYC 21021 on the rear of a loaded coal train at Rutherford, PA on 3/25/1984.
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CR 21024 is seen at Tyrone, PA on 6/7/97. Car is ex PC 21024/NYC 21024, built 3-63 and was deleted by CR on 6/16/94.
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CR 21024 is seen at Tyrone, PA on 6/7/97. Car is ex PC 21024/NYC 21024, built 3-63 and was deleted by CR on 6/16/94.
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Former PC/NYC 21032 is seen at Cresson, PA on 6/17/1984.
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CR 21036 - Class N7B
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Former PC/NYC 21036 is seen at Perryville, MD on 7/10/1982. Today the caboose, as well as the trackage in this photo, is gone.
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Conrail class N7B caboose 21040 is seen on the end of a westbound trailvan train at Whitford, PA in 1982. The line on the bridge is the former PRR Trenton Cutoff, a freight bypass that allowed trains to move between Thorndale and Morrisville, PA to bypass the heavily-congested Philadelphia area.
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If ONE caboose is good, what are THREE? From front to rear...N7B 21066, N7 21739, N7B 21044, none of which is a stranger to these rails.
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If ONE caboose is good, what are THREE? From front to rear.....N7B 21066, N7 21739, N7B 21044, none of which is a stranger to these rails.
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CR 21069 - Class N7B
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Former PC/NYC 21089 at Rutherford, PA on 3/13/1983.
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Former PC/NYC 21090 in storage at Rutherford, PA on 7/10/1983.
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A class N7B bay window Conrail caboose 21099 brings up the rear of an eastbound freight passing Hohman Avenue Tower on the IHB, in May 1982. Doug Davidson photo with permission
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N7B 21042 on the rear of the extra 3329 west.
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N7B van 21034 follows along on the rear of BOSE at Bancroft, MA. on July 3, 1981.

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