This gallery shows many of the Conrail system yards including Abrams, Allentown, Ashland Ave, Bayview, Binghamton, Chrysler, Conway, Croxton, DeWitt, Edgemoor, Elizabethport, Enola, Frontier, Geddes Street, Goodman Street, Hollidaysburg, Hornell, Meadville, Midvale, Morrisville, Niagara, Pavonia, Rose, Selkirk, Spring Street, Stanley, Stoney Creek, Willow Run, and Windsor Street.
CR's Enola yard was a former PRR yard located on the west bank of the Susquehanna River, across from Harrisburg. Enola was the largest railroad yard in the world until the PRR opened Conway yard in 1959.
Enola Yard was a key Conrail facility serving as a main classification yard located at the convergence of a number of lines.
CR's Pavonia yard was a former PRR interchange yard with the PRSL located in Camden, NJ.
Pavonia is currently operated by the Conrail's Shared Assets Operations.
CR's Selkirk yard was a former NYC yard located in the hamlet of Selkirk within Bethlehem, NY.
Selkirk was known for being the home to many GE U-boats during Conrail's earlier years.