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R36 Preservation

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  1. The stainless body is the same. Propulsion, braking, doors, interiors and other componets were new or rebuilt to new condition. Think of it as a R62/R68 (1980s technology) in a 1964 body.
  2. Concourse Yard, 1988. Unrebuilt R32s and R42s can also be seen.
  3. 11-car operation began on the Flushing Line just prior to the 1964 World's Fair, as the new R33/R36 cars were being phased in. See this NY Times article from 1963.

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