Conrail's welded rail trains were a common sight all over the system, especially during the early years. Conrail's surplus tracks were pulled up and transported to the Lucknow rail mill to be refinished and made into quarter-mile lengths of continuous welded rail. The "new" CWR was then taken out into the field and installed, helping turn Conrail into a safe, world-class operation.
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