In Halloween the new York Museum of transportation will once again run their vintage trains
Author: Natalia Nikolaeva
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For one day only, on 27 October, transport Museum in new York will return into operation their vintage train of R1-9, created in 30-e years of the last century and served on the independent lines of the IND (Independent Subway System) until 1977.
The train will be decorated with spooky lights and decorations. And then at twilight they will carry their passengers in a cemetery “green wood.” The route will proceed from the new station 96th Street / 2nd Ave. in the Upper East side to 25th St. in Brooklyn.
The guide will take a group of visitors past the tombstones and mausoleums of famous actors, politicians, artists and inventors that influenced the history of new York, beginning with the Victorian era. Among them are many famous names: the politician William tweed Meijer, the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, composer Leonard Bernstein, Henry ward Beecher, American religious leader…
Tickets can be purchased here: nytransitmuseum.org. Cost: $35 for adults; $20 for children.
cover photo: flickr/Victoria Pickering
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