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Former PC 2105 looking good in its Conrail blue. If you compare this photo to the current Life-Like Proto2000 model in HO and N scale, you'll notice a number of differences, such as the air filter box on the long hood. To get that model to represent a Conrail locomotive will take some work. Besides, they seemed to be rarely stray from southeastern PA and maybe NJ.
Location: Morrisville, PA   1-21-84
Photo Online: July 10, 1998
CR 2105 GP20
Robert Palmer - Morrisville, PA   1-21-84
CR 2105
Robert Palmer (59K)

GP20's may have been a little more common elsewhere, relatively speaking, since how many were still in service at this late date of 2/10/1984. But this was the only one I ever saw on the B&A. The 2103 is entrained in westbound SBSE's lashup, seen at Hinsdale, MA. Fortunately, we'll get another crack at her, later in the day.
Location: East Deerfield, MA   1-26-85
Photo Online: November 24, 2006
CR 2103
Carl Weber - East Deerfield, MA   1-26-85
CR 2103
Carl Weber (219K)

GP20 2103 leads the set of power that had taken SBSE west earlier in the day. The power is eastbound as a light engine move at Washington, MA.
Location: Washington, MA   2-10-84
Photo Online: November 24, 2006
CR 2103
Carl Weber - Washington, MA   2-10-84
CR 2103
Carl Weber (134K)

A GP20 still painted in original Penn Central colors. Prior to Conrail, Penn Central deturboed their GP20s. The unit pictured here still has its stack. Tom Wolfgang thinks some units had four stacks after rebuilding. After rebuilding, they had 645 power assemblies and were still 2000hp out of a V16. Tom occasionaly saw the units at Enola.
Location: Sharonville, OH   [no date]
Photo Online: February 5, 2000
PC 2109
Steve Geisler - Sharonville, OH
(CR 2109) PC 2109
Steve Geisler (178K)

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