MTA Breaks Out Classic "Train of Many Colors" for the Mets NLCS Game

The Train of Many Colors is a nostalgia subway train that is made up of 11 cars, each painted in a different color representing a different era in NYC subway history.

To help celebrate the Mets in the NLCS for the first time in a long time, the MTA is breaking out the rare and classic train to transport fans to watch the game out at Citi Field in Queens.

MTA New York City Transit’s “Train of Many Colors” will be rolling out to Mets-Willets Point this weekend (October17 and 18) carrying hundreds of fans on their way to root the Mets to victory over the Chicago Cubs

Check out the train in action in this video uploaded to YouTube by The Rail & Road Network.

via MTA

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