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ⓘ Train of Many Colors




Train of Many Colors
                                     

ⓘ Train of Many Colors

The Train of Many Colors is one of the New York Transit Museums IRT nostalgia trains used for excursions. The name comes from the fact that the cars are painted in many varying schemes from different eras.

In 2004, the centenary of the metro, some of the cars were used for regular service on the 42nd street Shuttle. In addition, cars can be used to mark a special event, for example, the opening of Citi field in Queens.

Some cars are in the transit Museum in new York, when not used for excursions. The rest are stored on 207 th street yard.

There are 16 cars painted in various schemes as listed below.

                                     
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