RailPictures.Net Photo: CR 1612 Conrail EMD GP15-1 at Suffern, New York by Charles Freericks
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Conrail (more..)
EMD GP15-1 (more..)
Suffern Yard (more..)
Suffern, New York, USA (more..)
November 24, 1979
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
CR 1612 (more..)
CR PO87 (more..)
Charles Freericks (more..)
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Conrail PO87 is in Suffern Yard, passing by the fleet of "Bluebirds," NJDOT owned U34CHs... which power Conrail's commuter runs into Hoboken. Picture is taken from Route 59. The GP15-1s on this train are but weeks old at this point (even though one of them looks pretty filthy). The U34CH's were delivered in two orders (1971 and 1973) and are essentially U36Cs with horsepower bled off to feed the HEP.
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