PRR 7000 was the first EMD GP9 locomotive built for the Pennsylvania Railroad. It was maintained at Conway while serving the PRR. After the formation of Conrail, it was still maintained at Conway but regularly roamed east to haul freight in New Jersey. Its last Conrail duty was that of a yard switcher at the Elizabethport shops. This locomotive was transferred to NJ Transit in 1983 and continued in its same role even after NJ Transit opened the MMC and abandoned the use of Elizabethport. Upon its retirement in 1995, it was donated to the URHS collection. It has been leased to the Cape May Seashore Lines which maintains it in operational condition.