Conrail Locomotive Photos and Information (1976 - 1999)


Although Baldwin Locomotive Works ceased locomotive production in 1956, Conrail inherited a number of S-8, S-12, and DS-4-4-1000 yard switchers and a few AS-16 road switchers upon formation in Apri


Conrail inherited their electric locomotive fleet from the PC, and continued electric freight operations on their own Port Road Branch and Amtrak's Northeast Corridor until early 1981.

ALCo - RS and C Series Including Rebuilds and Slugs

Although Alco had ceased US locomotive production in 1969, many of the company's products were passed on to Conrail on April 1 1976. Conrail continued to use these locomotives into the 1980s.

General Electric - B, C and U series

General Electric (GE) is one of the world's leading conglomerates. Their locomotive building business consisted mainly of industrial units and components for other manufacturers.

EMD - GP, SD, SW, F, and MP Series

Electro-Motive Diesel supplied a large fleet of locomotives to Conrail and its predecessors.

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