Worthington

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Northbound Conrail at WT Crossing
1990-1995

                                                               Aerial Photo **** WT Tower
         By 1990 the Conrail/Norfolk Southern crossing at Worthington had been converted to remote control and the interlocking tower deactivated and torn down.

         The Conrail line had been the Big Four, later New York Central, Penn Central and in the early 1990s Conrail. When Conrail was split the line through Worthington went to CSX.

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Conrail EMD SD-50 No. 6790 northbound at the Worthington crossing.  There is Union Pacific power in the mix.

Photo by David Reid, 1990-1995. (WH-24)

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Photo by David Reid, 1990-1995. (WH-26)

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Photo by David Reid, 1990-1995. (WH-25)

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Photo by David Reid, 1990-1995. (WH-27)

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Northbound Conrail EMD SD-50 No. 6753 is crossing the double track Norfolk Southern line at Worthington Crossing.

Photo by David Reid, 1990-1995. (WH-23)

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Photo by David Reid, 1990-1995. (WH-21a)

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Conrail GE B40-8 No. 5069 is approching the Worthington Crossing.

Photo by David Reid, 1990-1995. (WH-18)

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Photo by David Reid, 1990-1995. (WH-19)

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