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28, RDC1, was built by Budd in January 1953, #5706, as New York New Haven & Hartford 28. It became PC 28 in 1969 and Consolidated Railroad Corp 28 in April 1976.

39, RDC1, was built by Budd in March 1953, #5717, as NYNH&H 39.  It became PC 39 in 1969 and became National Railway Passenger Corp as 13 in 1973.

41, RDC1, was built by Budd in March 1953, #5719, as NYNH&H 41. It became PC 41 in 1969 and became Amtrak as 14 in 1973.

47, RDC1, was built by Budd in March 1953, #5805, as NYNH&H 47. It became PC 47 in 1969 and Conrail 47 in April 1976.

52, RDC1, was built by Budd in May 1950, #2995, as New York Central M-452.  It became PC 52 in 1969.

59, RDC1, was built by Budd in August 1951, #5413, as NYC M-459. It became PC 59 in 1969.

76, RDC1, was built by Budd in February 1953, #5710, as NYNH&H 32.  It became PC 76 in 1969 and became Amtrak 19 in 1973.  It was sold as Metro-North Commuter RR 19 and donated to Danbury Railway Museum on June 7, 1995.  It was restored as NH 32 in November 2001.

80, RDC2, was built by Budd in May 1951, #5420, as NYC M-480.  It became PC 80 in 1969 and rebuilt in August 1973 as Amtrak 34.  It was sold as Alaska RR 712 in 1987 and sold to Eagle Cove Camp & Conference in 2009.  It was sold to North Shore Scenic RR in 2012 and lettered as Duluth Missabe & Iron Range 1.

82, RDC2, was built by Budd in May 1952, #5609, as NYNH&H 121. It became PC 82 in 1969 and then to Amtrak as 36 in 1973. It was then sold to ARR as 711 in 1987.

97, RDC3, was built by Budd in May 1953, #5820, as NYNH&H 130.  It became PC 97 in 1969,  It was sold to Krautkramer Ultrasonics, who had purchased it to convert to a rail inspection car, but the project fell through.  It was sold as Chicago & North Western 430 and later sold to Indiana Railway Museum.

98, RDC1, was built by Budd in March 1953, #5718, as NYNH&H 40.  It became PC 98 in 1969 and retired in 1972.  It was rebuilt as Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority 9167 and acquired as Bellefonte Historical RR 9167 in 1982.

140, RDCA, was built by Budd in February 1957, #3875, as NYNH&H 140.  It became PC 140 in 1969 and then to Amtrak as 27 in 1973.  It was donated to Danbury Railway Museum and restored as NH 140.

 

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