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Owner: Boston & Maine
Model:Budd RDC1Built As:BM 6129 (RDC1)
Serial Number:6124Order No:
Frame Number:Built:5/1955
Notes:sold 12/76 to MBTA 407
Other locos with this serial:  BM 6129(RDC1)
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B&M 6129 and PW 163
Title:  B&M 6129 and PW 163
Description:  Boston and Main RDC's power an RRC Special at the Providence and Worcester yard. former New Haven
Photo Date:  5/24/1973  Upload Date: 9/8/2011 9:18:53 AM
Location:  Worcester, MA
Author:  Henry Frick
Categories:  Yard,Passenger
Locomotives:  BM 6129(RDC1) PW 163(RS3)
Views:  685   Comments: 0
B&M 6129
Title:  B&M 6129
Description:  Boston & Maine RDC's power a RRE fantrip Special at Jackson Street.- former NHRR tower waiting for clearnace to crossover to the Prov & Worcester tracks on far right
Photo Date:  5/24/1973  Upload Date: 9/9/2011 1:54:06 AM
Location:  Worcester, MA
Author:  Henry Frick
Categories:  Passenger,Action
Locomotives:  BM 6129(RDC1)
Views:  557   Comments: 0
BM 6129
Title:  BM 6129
Description:  First passenger train on the Providence and Worcester since the road regained its independence! Seen at the Valley Falls office with its old hand crank gates. The crossing then a stop and protect crossing. Boston and Maine Budd cars 6120, 6924, 6204 and 6129 were chartered by the Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts on Sunday, June 24, 1973. The train was called the Seekonk River Seagull Flyer and operated from Worcester to Boston Switch, then down the East Providence Branch, and back to Worcester. The 6129 was built in May, 1955 with serial number 6124. Sold to the MBTA in December, 1976. Later rebuilt by Morrison Knudson to a Boise Budd in 1982 and renumbered 407
Photo Date:  6/24/1973  Upload Date: 1/27/2006 5:24:16 PM
Location:  Cumberland, RI
Author:  Philip M. Paradis
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Locomotives:  BM 6129(RDC1)
Views:  1075   Comments: 1
BM 6129
Title:  BM 6129
Description:  First passenger train on the Providence and Worcester since the road regained its independence! Seen at the Valley Falls office with its old hand crank gates. The crossing then a stop and protect crossing. Boston and Maine Budd cars 6120, 6924, 6204 and 6129 were chartered by the Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts on Sunday, June 24, 1973. The train was called the Seekonk River Seagull Flyer and operated from Worcester to Boston Switch, then down the East Providence Branch, and back to Worcester
Photo Date:  6/24/1973  Upload Date: 1/27/2006 5:26:27 PM
Location:  Cumberland, RI
Author:  Philip M. Paradis
Categories: 
Locomotives:  BM 6129(RDC1)
Views:  970   Comments: 0
B&M RDC #6129
Title:  B&M RDC #6129
Description:  Mass Bay RRE trip w/ B&M RDC1 #6129 at Darlington
Photo Date:  6/24/1973  Upload Date: 4/13/2008 4:29:02 PM
Location:  Valley Falls, RI
Author:  unknown
Categories: 
Locomotives:  BM 6129(RDC1)
Views:  605   Comments: 0
Phil and his gates
Title:  Phil and his gates
Description:  Phil, and his penchant for hand cranked gates. Somehow he knew he'd get these. They would go to Phil, at his home in Millbury when Mill Street crossing was upgraded!
Photo Date:  7/3/1973  Upload Date: 2/6/2006 2:45:22 PM
Location:  Cumberland, RI
Author:  Philip M. Paradis
Categories: 
Locomotives:  BM 6129(RDC1)
Views:  846   Comments: 0
B&M 6129
Title:  B&M 6129
Description:  A Budd RDC1 at North Station in November 1975.
Photo Date:  11/14/1975  Upload Date: 1/11/2014 5:21:52 PM
Location:  Boston South Station, MA
Author:  John Hepp
Categories:  Station,Passenger
Locomotives:  BM 6129(RDC1)
Views:  271   Comments: 0


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