MOW Gondolas

Class GR61A

Former RDG class GHt gondolas, previously numbered RDG 30400-30549.

Class G22B

These 46' gondolas were rebuilt by the PRR from class G22 cars in 1930.

Class GE61F

Former EL cars.

Class GE61E

Former EL cars.

Class GE61D

Former EL cars.

Class GE61C

Former EL cars.

Class G44A

Former PC cars.

Class GE52H

Former EL cars.

Class G28

Former PRR cars

Class 970G

The 970G class consists of 700 cars rebuilt from lot 702G cars by the NYC in 1965. Some of these cars that made it to Conrail were assigned to MOW service.

Class 829G

The 829G class is a group of 1000 gondolas built by Greenville in 1951 as NYC 715600-716599. Some of these cars survived into the Conrail era and were used in MOW service.

Class G43A

Former PC cars

Class GR51M

Former RDG cars.

Class G37

The G37 class consists of 450 mill gondolas built by the PRR at their Sam Rea shops in 1957 in the series PRR 379400-379849.

Class GR51D

Former RDG cars.

Class G32C

Former PRR cars.

Class GL61B

Former LV cars.

Class 791G

The 791G class was built by Greenville in 1949 as NYC 712500-713099, totaling 600 cars. Some of the remaining cars in this class on Conrail finished out their last years in MOW service.

Class GR61C

Former RDG cars.

Class G44

Former PRR cars.

Class G46

Conrail's class G46 65' gondolas were built by Fruehauf for the PC in 1972.

Class G32B

The G32B class consists of 600 cars rebuilt from class G32A gondolas by the PRR in 1966, formerly PRR 317400-318899.

Class G26C and G26S panel switch gondolas

The PRR began rebuilding some class G26C gondolas with a fishbelly and interior center divider to carry panel-track switches as early as 1966.

CR 63017

CR 63017 (M/W idler for crane 92546) is seen at Columbia, PA. Car is ex PC 63017 and was built 1-46(?). It was deleted 12/30/98. CR 63017

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