RailPictures.Net Photo: CR 4427 Conrail E-44 at Washington Boro, Pennsylvania by Bob Kise
 
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E-44 (more..)
East of Penn Street crossing (more..)
Washington Boro, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
July, 1978
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CR 4427 (more..)
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Bob Kise (more..)
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Two Conrail-blue E44s lead a mineral train westbound at the bend in River Road at the south end of the "Boro." Conrail had just finished rebuilding their Enola Branch at that time; note the eastbound track's stick rail still lying between the gauge. Lead unit No. 4427 was built by GE for the PRR in November, 1961; the trailing unit is No. 4407, built in March of the same year.
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