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In 1964, the New York City Transit Authority introduced the shiny, stainless-steel R32 subway car. "There was a very special inaugural trip that took place on today's Metro-North line into Grand Central Terminal, welcoming the trains into New York," James Giovan, an educator at the New York Transit Museum, told me recently.
New York's Oldest Subway Cars, Beautiful Symbols of a Sad Decline 
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New York's Oldest Subway Cars, Beautiful Symbols of a Sad Decline 
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In 1964, the New York City Transit Authority introduced the shiny, stainless-steel R32 subway car. "There was a very special inaugural trip that took place on today's Metro-North line into Grand Central Terminal, welcoming the trains into New York," James Giovan, an educator at the New York Transit Museum, told me recently.
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