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F7A
  Conrail inherited their 110 F7A's from Penn Central (former Pennsylvania Railroad, New York Central, and Denver & Rio Grande Western units) and Erie Lackawanna (former Lackawanna and Erie units).

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F7B
  Conrail inherited their fleet of F7B's from the Penn Central and Erie Lackawanna.

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FP7
  Conrail inherited 18 FP7's from Penn Central and 3 from Reading Company. The RDG units were assigned commuter service, and then transferred to SEPTA.

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FL9
  Conrail inherited their FL9 passenger locomotives from Penn Central, which inherited them from the New Haven. Eventually, the units were either scrapped or transferred to MTA.

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E7A
  Conrail inherited their fleet of E7's from the Penn Central and Erie Lackawanna.

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E8A
  Conrail inherited their 53 E8A freight locomotives from Penn Central and Erie Lackawanna. While all were retired by January 1978, ten were spared the cutter's torch.

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