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Pennsylvania RR

Electric Locomotives

 

3952 (10A), Class DD-1, was built by Juniata-Westinghouse in June 1910, #2050-1. It was retired in October 1948 and scrapped in February 1949.

3966 (17A), Class DD-1, was built by Juniata-Westinghouse in July 1910, #2060-2. It was scrapped in February 1962.

3988 (28A), Class DD-1, was built by Juniata-Westinghouse in July 1910, #2067-2. It was retired in October 1948 and scrapped in January 1949.

3919, Class B-1,was built by Juniata-Westinghouse in June 1926, #4035-2. It was made a single unit in 1934 and had been Class BB-2 with road number B-2. It was renumbered 4753 in 1966 and became Penn Central 4753, Class B-1, in 1968.

7826, Class L-6, was built by Juniata-General Electric in January 1932, #4256. It was renumbered 5939 in November 1933. In 1966 it was again renumbered to 4790. It became Penn Central 4790, Class L-6 , in 1968.

5940, Class L-6a, was built by Lima in May 1934, #7587. It was renumbered 4791 in 1966 and became Penn Central 4791, Class L-6, in 1968.

5687, Class B-1, was built at Juniata-Allis Chalmers in November 1934, #4260. It was renumbered 4755 in 1966 and became Penn Central 4755, Class B-1, in 1968.

4714, Class P-5a, was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in October 1932, #61695, A014. It was rebuilt in March and June 1935, and it was scrapped in June 1962.

4725, Class P-5a, was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in November 1932, #61706, A025. It was rebuilt in March and June 1935. It was retired in December 1961 and scrapped in February 1962.

4730, Class P-5a, was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in December 1932, #61711, A030. It was rebuilt in March and June 1935.

4743, Class P-5a, was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in February 1935, #61724, A043. It was rebuilt in 1940 and retired in January 1962. It was scrapped in March 1962.

4749, Class P-5a, was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in March 1935, #61730,A049. It was rebuilt in February 1940 and retired in July 1962. It was scrapped in August 1962.

4752, Class P-5a, was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in April 1935, #61735, A052. It was rebuilt in March 1940 and retired in January 1962. It was scrapped in March 1962.

4779, Class P-5a, was built by General Electric in March 1935, #11618.  It was rebuilt in 1940 and retired in November 1960.  It was scrapped.

4899, Class R-1, was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in August 1934, #61817, A055, as 4800. It was renumbered 4899 in September 1934, and again to 4999 in March 1940. It was retired in July 1956 and scrapped in October 1956.

4800, Class GG-1, was built by Baldwin-General Electric in August 1934, #61816, 11646, as 4899. It was renumbered 4800 in September 1934 and rebuilt in June 1960. It became Penn Central 4800, Class GG-1, in 1968 and  Consolidated Railroad Corp 4800, Class GG-1, in April 1976. It is now preserved at the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum.

4805, Class GG-1, was built by General Electric in June 1935, #11692.  It became PC 4805, Class GG-1, in 1968 and became Conrail 4805, Class GG-1, in April 1976.

4815, Class GG-1, was built by Baldwin-Juniata-Westinghouse in April 1935, #61840, 4285. It became PC 4815, Class GG-1, in 1968.  It was scrapped.

4822, Class GG-1, was built by Baldwin-Juniata-General Electric in June 1935, #61847, 4302. It became PC 4822, Class GG-1, in 1968. It became Conrail 4822, Class GG-1, in April 1976.

4842, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata and Westinghouse in April 1935, #4284. It became Penn Central 4842, Class GG-1, in 1968.

4846, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata and Westinghouse in May 1935, #4290.  It became PC 4846, Class GG-1, in 1968. and became Conrail 4846, Class GG-1, in April 1976.  It was rebuilt as a snow melter for Amtrak and scrapped.

4858, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-General Electric in October 1937, #4325. It became Penn Central 4858, Class GG-1 in 1968.

4859, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-General Electric in December 1937, #4326. It became Penn Central 4859 Class GG-1 in 1968. Then it became New Jersey Dept. of Transportation 4859 in 1976. It was restored as PRR 4859 after retirement.

4862, Class GG-1, was built at Juniata-General Electric in December 1937, #4329. It became PC 4862, Class GG-1, in 1968 and then became Conrail 4862, Class GG-1, in April 1976.

4864, Class GG-1, was built at Juniata-Westinghouse in January 1938, #4331.  It became PC 4864, Class GG-1, in 1968 and then became Conrail 4864, Class GG-1, in April 1976.

4877, Class GG-1, was built at Juniata-Westinghouse in January 1939, #4346. It became PC 4877 Class GG-1 in 1968. In April 1976 it became Conrail 4877, Class GG-1. In December 1976 it became NJDOT 4877, Class GG-1. It was restored as PRR 4877 in 1981.

4880, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-General Electric in February 1939, #4349. It became Penn Central 4880, Class GG-1, in 1968, and then became Conrail 4880, Class GG-1, in April 1976.  It became NJDOT 4880, Class GG-1, in December 1976.

4886, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-General Electric in March 1939, #4355. It became Penn Central 4886, Class GG-1, in 1968, and it went to Conrail 4886, Class GG-1, in April 1976.

4890, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-General Electric in March 1940, #4359.  It became PC 4890, Class GG-1, in 1968 and National Railway Passenger Corp 4890 in March 1973.  It was to be renumbered 930, but not done.  It was preserved at Green Bay, WI, as PRR 4890.

4891, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-Westinghouse in April 1940, #4361. It became PC 4891, Class GG-1, in 1968.  It was scrapped.

4899, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-Westinghouse in May 1940, #4368.  It became PC 4899, Class GG-1, in1968.  It became Amtrak 902 in March 1973;  It was renumbered 4902 in June 1979 and retired in March 1982.  It was scrapped.

4903, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-Westinghouse in June 1940, #4372.  It became PC 4903, Class GG-1, in 1968 and then Amtrak 906 in March 1973.  It was renumbered 4903 in June 1979 and retired.  It was acquired by Lakeshore Railroad Historical Society and then to Age of Steam RR Museum and restored as PRR 4903.

4910, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-General Electric in December 1941, #4379.  It became PC 4910, Class GG-1, in 1968 and became Amtrak 910 in March 1973.  It was renumbered 4910 in June 1970 and sold for scrap to Naporano Iron & Metal Co in May 1982.

4911, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-General Electric in January 1942, #4380. It became PC 4911, Class GG-1, in 1968. Then it became Amtrak 911 in March 1973. It was renumbered back to 4911 in June 1979. It was sold for scrap to Naporano Iron & Metal Co in May 1982.

4912, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-General Electric in January 1942, #4381.  It became PC 4912, Class GG=1. in 1968.  Then it became Amtrak 912 in March 1973.  It was renumbered back to 4912 in June 1979.  It was sold for scrap in February 1983.

4913, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-General Electric in January 1942, #4382. It became PC 4913, Class GG-1, in 1968. Then it became Amtrak 913 in March 1973. It was renumbered back to 4913 in June 1979. It was restored as PRR 4913 after retirement.

4916, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-General Electric in June 1942, #4386. It became PC  4916 Class GG-1 in 1968. In March 1973 it became Amtrak 915. It was renumbered 4915 in July 1979, and it was sold for scrap in February 1983.

4919, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-Westinghouse in July 1942, #4389. It became PC 4919 Class GG-1 in 1968. Then it became Amtrak 917 in March 1973 and renumbered 4917 in June 1979.  It is preserved at Roanoke, VA.

4925, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-Westinghouse in August 1942, #4395. It became PC 4925, Class GG-1, in 1968. It became Amtrak 920 in March 1973. It was renumbered 4920 in June 1970 and scrapped in 1980.

4926, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-Westinghouse in September 1942, #4396. It became PC 4926 Class GG-1 in 1968. Then it became Amtrak 921 in March 1973. It was renumber 4921 in June 1979, and sold for scrap in February 1983.

4935, Class GG-1, was built by Juniata-General Electric in April 1943, #4434. It became Penn Central 4935 Class GG-1 in 1968. Then it became Conrail 4935, Class GG-1, in April 1976. It was restored as PRR 4935 in 1979.

4943, Class E-2b,  was built by General Electric in July 1950, #30626, as Great Northern 5025. In 1951 it was returned to General Electric and became PRR 4943 in October 1951. It was scrapped in August 1965.

4944, Class E-2b, was built by General Electric in July 1950 #30627, as GN 5026. In 1951 it was returned to General Electric and became PRR 4944 in October 1951. It was scrapped in August 1965.

4995, Class E-3c, was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in November 1951, #75482.

4997, Class E-3c, was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in February 1952, #75484.

4998, Class E-3c, was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in February 1952, #75485.

1, Class FF-1, was built by Alco-General Electric in August 1927, #67022, 10160, as Great Northern 5010, Class Y-1. It was rebuilt in August 1956 at Pennsylvania RR 1, Class FF-1, and it was scrapped in 1966.

3, Class FF-2, was built by Alco-General Electric in March 1928. #67543, 10538, as GN 5013 Class Y-1. It was rebuilt into PRR 3 Class FF-2, in August 1956 and scrapped in 1962.

4, Class FF-2, was built by Alco-General Electric in March 1930, #68272, 11149, as GN 5014, Class Y-1.  It was rebuilt as PRR 4, Class FF-2, in August 1956.

5, Class FF-2, was built by Alco-General Electric March 1930, #68273, 11150, as Great Northern 5015 Class Y-1. It was rebuilt into PRR 5 in August 1956.

4401, Class E-44, was built by General Electric January 1961, #33947. It became PC 4401, Class E-44, in 1968.  It became Conrail 4401, Class E-44, in April 1976.

4402, Class E-44, was built by General Electric in January 1961, #33948. It became PC 4402, Class E-44, in 1968. It became Conrail 4402, Class E-44, in April 1976.

4406, Class E-44, was built by General Electric in March 1961, #33952. It became PC 4406, Class E-44, in 1968. It became Conrail 4406, Class E-44, in April 1976.

4407, Class E-44, was built by General Electric in March 1961, #33953. It became PC 4407, Class E-44, in 1968. It became Conrail 440 4407, Class E-44, in April 1976

4414, Class E-44, was built by General Electric in July 1961, #33960. It became PC 4414, Class E-44, in 1968. It became Conrail 4414, Class E-44, in April, 1976.

4429, Class E-44, was built by General Electric in February 1962, #33975. It became PC 4429, Class E-44, in 1968. It became Conrail 4429, Class E-44, in April, 1976.

4439, Class E-44, was built by General Electric in June 1962, #33986.  It became PC 4439, Class E-44, in 1968. It became Conrail 4439, Class E-44, in April 1976.

4440, Class E-44,  was built by General Electric in June 1962, #33987.  It became PC 4440, Class E-44, in 1968. It became Conrail 4440, Class E-44, in April 1976.

4444, Class E-44, was built by General Electric in September 1962, #33991. It became later PC 4444, Class E-44, in 1968 and Conrail 4444, Class E-44, in April 1976.

 

4452, Class E-44, was built by General Electric in December 1962, #33997. It became PC 4452, Class E-44, in 1968 and Conrail 4452, Class E-44, in April 1976.

4462, Class E-44a, was built by General Electric in June 1963, #34008. It became PC 4462 , Class E-44a, in 1968 and Conrail 4462, Class E-44, in April, 1976.

4463, Class E-44a, was built by General Electric in June 1963, #34009.  It became PC 4463, Class E-44a, in 1968 and Conrail 4463, Class E-44, in April 1976.

 

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