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Photo ID: 560861

The vandalized headlights of these two Conrail GG1s are indicative of a none-too-bright future. Note the two different styles of air intakes. No. 4828 was built by Baldwin/PRR/Westinghouse in Ju... (more)

Railroad: Conrail
Locomotive: GG-1
Location: Rutherford, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: CR 4828
Train ID: N/A
Photo Date: September, 1981


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By: Bob Kise

Added: Jan 04, 2016

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Photo ID: 552045

Rails to oblivion- Conrail freight GG-1s awaiting final disposition by the old Reading RR coal dock. The 4828 was built by Baldwin/PRR/Westinghouse in June, 1935. For an excellent photo of the o... (more)

Railroad: Conrail
Locomotive: GG-1
Location: Rutherford, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: CR 4828
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September, 1981


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By: Bob Kise

Added: Oct 28, 2015

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Photo ID: 375528

Conrail GG1s #4828 and #4867 emerge from under the flyover at Lane Tower with a southbound freight.

Railroad: Conrail
Locomotive: GG-1
Location: Newark, New Jersey, USA
Locomotive #: CR 4828
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August, 1979


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By: Ted Steinbrenner

Added: Sep 19, 2011

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Photo ID: 18385

Railroad: Conrail
Locomotive: GG-1 (electric)
Location: Wilmington, Delaware, USA
Locomotive #: CR 4828
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May, 1980


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By: James Starkey

Added: Jun 16, 2003

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