On Monday 27 October, New York City’s subway system turned 110 years old and celebrated by releasing
two vintage subway trains on Manhattan’s high-volume 1, 2, and 3 lines between Times Square and 96th St.
One train will consist of four Low-Voltage subway cars that were in service until the late 1960s. Those
cars feature rattan seats, ceiling fans and drop-sash windows. The other train are made up of R33 and
R36-type subway cars that were in service between the 1960s and 2001.
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