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ⓘ M1/M3 (railcar)




M1/M3 (railcar)
                                     

ⓘ M1/M3 (railcar)

The M1 and M3 are two similar series of electric multiple unit rail cars built by the Budd Company for the Long Island Rail Road, the Metro-North Railroad and Metro-Norths predecessors, Penn Central and Conrail. Originally branded by Budd as Metropolitans, the cars are more popularly known under their model names, M1 and M3. The Metro North cars were branded under the M1A and M3A series.

                                     
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