ⓘ M2/M4/M6 (railcar)

M2/M4/M6 (railcar)

ⓘ M2/M4/M6 (railcar)

The M2, M4 and M6 were three similar series of electric multiple unit rail cars produced by the Budd Company M2, Tokyu Car Corporation M4, and Morrison Knudsen M6 for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Initially branded as the Cosmopolitans, the cars were later more popularly known under their model names, M2 1970s cars, M4 1980s cars, M6 1990s cars. They ran on the New Haven Line then part of Penn Central, now a part of Metro North for most of their service life.

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