CULTURE & ARTS
10/29/2014 02:55 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

NYC's Subway System Just Turned 110. Here's What The Trains Used To Look Like.

In celebration of the New York City subway's 110th birthday this week, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority rolled out some vintage "nostalgia" trains along the 2/3 track between 96th Street and Times Square-42nd Street on Sunday.

There were two trains: the four-car Low Voltage train, which ran until the late 1960s, and the “Train of Many Colors," which operated from the late 1960s until 2001.

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Google also celebrated the anniversary, offering a virtual tour inside the New York Transit Museum, where you can see what the subways looked like throughout the century. Some images from the tour:

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