1930 in rail transport
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1931 in rail transport
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1932 in rail transport
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1933 in rail transport
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1934 in rail transport
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1935 in rail transport
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1936 in rail transport
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1937 in rail transport
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1938 in rail transport
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1938 in rail transport - Wikipedia
1939 in rail transport
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1939 in rail transport - Wikipedia
R4 (New York City Subway car)
R4 is the contract number for the second order of standard subway cars purchased for the IND division of the New York City Subway. They were built by American Car and Foundry Company between 1932 and ...
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Bluebird Compartment Car (New York City Subway car)
The Bluebird, formally dubbed Compartment Car by its purchaser, the Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation (BMT), was an advanced design PCC subway and elevated railway car used on the New York City S...
R7A (New York City Subway car)
The R7A was a New York City Subway car order consisting of 100 cars that were built in 1938 by two separate orders from different manufacturers; the American Car & Foundry (#1600-1649), and Pullma...
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