Conrail Towers - Page 5

AR Tower at Gallitzin, PA as seen from the OCS train. Doug Davidson photo with permission
Conrail C Tower at Johnstown, PA, on October 1, 1994. Doug Davidson photo with permission
Conrail's MG Tower as seen from the rear platform of an OCS Train. Doug Davidson photo with permission
MO Tower as seen from a passing Conrail OCS Train on October 1, 1994. Doug Davidson photo with permission
Conrail's SO Tower at South Fork, PA on October 1, 1994, as viewed from the rear platform of an eastbound OCS Train. Doug Davidson photo with permission
Pence tower in Momence, IL that guarded the diamond of the ex NYC Kankakee Secondary with the ex C&EI UP Villa Grove Sub on July 6, 1991. This tower was torn down in 1997. Photographer unknown, Chris Howe collection
A 1986 view of Port tower in Newport, PA, looking east.
A view of Port tower in Newport, PA. Looking west in 1986.
Conrail's Quaker "QD" Tower on the east side of Cleveland on October 4, 1994. This tower was QD on the NYC. Doug Davidson photo with permission
Riverdale Tower in November 1979 protects the former PRR Panhandle Line (PCC&StL) crossing with the B&OCT's Barr Subdivision in Riverdale, IL. Doug Davidson photo with permission
October 18, 2008 just weeks before this amazing tower is set ablaze and quickly torn down, Robert Puchan was hiking the mountainside when he took this shot.
Westbound Trailvan "on the circuit" of the interlocking at the DT&I crossing, Lima, Ohio. Back when the Fort Wayne was big-time railroading, running trains by current-of-traffic, rule 251, interlocking and block station control. photograph collection of Eric Kretz.
Running long hood forward, Conrail GP38-2 No. 8092 leads a local freight across the NS at the boarded Town Tower at Hagerstown, MD in June 1996. Doug Davidson photo with permission
Union City, IN tower that guarded the diamond of the ex PRR Pan Handle Chicago to Columbus mainline with the ex NYC Big 4 line on March 19, 1997. This tower still exists today and is used by maintainers as a glorified storage shed. Chris Howe photo
View Interlocking tower sat adjacent to the Shermans Creek Bridge.
View Interlocking tower sat adjacent to the Shermans Creek Bridge.
View looking west on Conrail's former PRR Panhandle mains at West Pullman Tower, crossing with the ICG Blue Island Branch. September 1981. Doug Davidson photo with permission
The former PRR Whiting Interlocking Tower at Whiting has been removed from service and is boarded up in this view looking west on what remained of the Fort Wayne line in June 1982. The line crossing the Ft. Wayne line was the B&OCT Whiting branch, both of which are abandoned today(In fact there are some homes built on both lines' ROW now). Doug Davidson photo with permission
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