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Encyclopedia > Steinway (New York City Subway car)

The Steinway Lo-V, a New York City Subway car was built in 1915-1925. The New York City Subway, which has returned to service after a strike in 2005, is a large rapid transit system in New York City, New York, United States. ... 1915 (MCMXV) was a common year starting on Friday (see link for calendar). ... 1925 (MCMXXV) was a common year starting on Thursday (link will take you to calendar). ...


Steinway Lo-V Specifications

  • Car Builder: Pressed Steel Corp,American Car & Foundry and Pullman
  • Car Body:
  • Unit Numbers: 4025-4036, 4215-4222, 4555-4576, 4700-4770, 5628-5652
  • Fleet: cars
  • Car Length: 51 feet, 1/2 inches
  • Car Width: 8 feet, 11 5/16 inches
  • Car Height: 12 feet
  • Track Gauge:
  • Propulsion System:
  • Motors:
  • Power:
  • Total Seating: -
  • Total Weight: lbs
  • (More to come)
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New York City Subway rolling stock
Current fleet IND/BMT/SIR: R32 - R32A - R38 - R40 - R40A - R42 - R44 - R46 - R68 - R68A - R143 - R160A - R160B

IRT: R62 - R62A - R142 - R142A - R142S The New York City Subway, which has returned to service after a strike in 2005, is a large rapid transit system in New York City, New York, United States. ... The Centennial Holiday Shoppers Special, a train of R1 and R9 cars that ran during the Subway Centennial in late 2004. ... The Independent Subway System (IND, formerly ISS), and even earlier the Independent City-Owned Subway System (ICOS) or Independent City-Owned Rapid Transit Railroad was one of the three systems that is now part of the New York City Subway. ... A 1914 map showing what was at the time the proposed expansion for the BRT. The only major differences from what was built is that a new 60th Street Tunnel was used rather than the Queensboro Bridge, the Manhattan-side Brooklyn Bridge connection was never built, and several lines ended... Staten Island Railway (SIR) or Staten Island Rapid Transit (SIRT) is a rapid transit line operating in the Borough of Staten Island, New York City, USA. It began, like the BMT lines to Coney Island, as a typical railway, but it now uses subway cars (R44). ... The R32 rapid transit cars, nicknamed Brightliners, are a New York Subway car model built in 1963-1965 by the Budd Company in Philadelphia for IND and BMT service. ... R32A is built by Budd Rail Car Company. ... The R-38 is a New York Subway car class (model). ... The R40 (sometimes referred to as R40 Slant to distinguish it from the later R40M) is a New York Subway IND-BMT car, built in 1967-1969 by the St. ... Built by St. ... The R42, built in 1969-1970 was the last 60 IND-BMT car in the New York City Subway until the R143 in 2001 and the last model class to be built as pairs (mated sets). ... The R44 is a model of passenger train car which operates on the New York City Subway and the Staten Island Railway. ... The R46 subway car was built by Pullman Standard in Chicago, Illinois in 1975-1978 for the IND and BMT routes of the New York Subway. ... The R68 subway car is a joint venture of Westinghouse AM-Rail Company, ANF Industrie of Paris and other companies. ... The R68A is the second contract of the R68 order. ... R-143 is the designation given to the next generation of IND/BMT division cars, contract awarded to Kawasaki Heavy Industries of Kobe, Japan. ... This, so far, is the newest and possibly the largest car order in the New York City Subway history. ... This, so far, is the newest and possibly the largest car order in the New York City Subway history. ... The Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) was the operator of the original New York Subway line that opened in 1904 and additional rapid transit lines in the City of New York. ... Introduced in 1983, the R62 was the first stainless steel car design on the New York City Subways IRT division. ... An R62A on the IRT Broadway-Seventh Avenue Line The R62A cars, built by Bombardier for the New York City Subway, continued after the R62 order. ... R142 is the model class of the newest generation of IRT cars for the New York Subway. ... The R142A, along with the R142 is the next generation of cars for the New York Subways IRT divsion. ... R142S is a supplement to R142A built by Kawasaki in 2003-2004. ...

Retired fleet

(R-type)

IND/BMT: R1 - R4 - R6 - R7 - R7A - R9 - R10 - R11 - R16 - R27 - R30 - R30A - R34 - R110B

IRT: R12 - R14 - R15 - R17 - R21 - R22 - R110A
Redbirds (IRT): R26 - R28 - R29 - R33 - R33 WF - R36 - R36 WF The Independent Subway System (IND, formerly ISS), and even earlier the Independent City-Owned Subway System (ICOS) or Independent City-Owned Rapid Transit Railroad was one of the three systems that is now part of the New York City Subway. ... A 1914 map showing what was at the time the proposed expansion for the BRT. The only major differences from what was built is that a new 60th Street Tunnel was used rather than the Queensboro Bridge, the Manhattan-side Brooklyn Bridge connection was never built, and several lines ended... The R1 subway car was the first order of original passenger stock for the IND New York City Subway. ... R4 is also the contract number for the second order of standard subway cars purchased for the IND New York Subway. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... The R7, a New York City Subway car was built in 1937 by two separate orders from different manufacturers. ... The R7A, a New York City Subway car was built in 1938 by two separate orders from different manufacturers. ... The R9, a New York City Subway car was built in 1940 by two separate orders from different manufacturers. ... The R10 was built by American Car & Foundry in 1948-1949. ... Budd Rail Car Company built the ten R11 cars were a new technology prototype test train ordered as a new fleet for the Second Avenue Subway in 1949, which of course never materialized. ... The R16 car is a model of a subway car used on the New York City subway system, which was manufactured by American Car and Foundry. ... Built by Saint Louis Car for NYCTA in 1960, the R27s were a continuation of the R16s style. ... Built by Saint Louis Car for NYCTA in 1960-1962, the R30s were a continuation of the R16s style. ... Built by Saint Louis Car for NYCTA in 1960, the R30As were a continuation of the R16s style. ... The R11 cars were designated R34 after rebuilding in 1965. ... Build by Bombardier of Canada, It was built in IND/BMT (B) division form. ... The Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) was the operator of the original New York Subway line that opened in 1904 and additional rapid transit lines in the City of New York. ... The R12s were the first rolling stock for IRT division. ... The R14, a New York City Subway car was built in 1949. ... The R15, a New York City Subway car was built in 1950. ... The R17, a New York City Subway car was built in 1955. ... R21 was built by Saint Louis Rail Car Company in 1956 - 1957. ... The R22, a New York City Subway car was built in 1957. ... The R-110A (contract R130) was a prototype car delivered to the Transit Authority in 1992. ... There is a town of Redbird, Oklahoma. ... The Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) was the operator of the original New York Subway line that opened in 1904 and additional rapid transit lines in the City of New York. ... The R26, a New York City Subway car was built in 1959-1960. ... The R26, a New York City Subway car was built in 1960-1961. ... The R29, a New York City Subway car was built in 1962-1963. ... The R33 ML (Mainline) were built by St Louis Car Company in 1962-1963 serving on the A division on the mainline. ... Interior of R33 WF 9306 The R33 Worlds Fair (R33 WF) is a model class of cars for the 7 Train (IRT Queensborough line) in the New York Subway, built in late 1963. ... The R36 (or R36 ML) is a model class of IRT cars built in 1964 by the St. ... The R36 Worlds Fair (also known as R36WF) cars were built in 1964 by the St. ...

Never built
IRT/BMT: R39
IND/BMT: R55, R83
Retired fleet

(private operators) The Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) was the operator of the original New York Subway line that opened in 1904 and additional rapid transit lines in the City of New York. ... A 1914 map showing what was at the time the proposed expansion for the BRT. The only major differences from what was built is that a new 60th Street Tunnel was used rather than the Queensboro Bridge, the Manhattan-side Brooklyn Bridge connection was never built, and several lines ended... Back in the 1960s, the R39 propsed subway cars were intended to replace old wooden elevated cars on the IRT and BMT elevateds. ... The Independent Subway System (IND, formerly ISS), and even earlier the Independent City-Owned Subway System (ICOS) or Independent City-Owned Rapid Transit Railroad was one of the three systems that is now part of the New York City Subway. ... A 1914 map showing what was at the time the proposed expansion for the BRT. The only major differences from what was built is that a new 60th Street Tunnel was used rather than the Queensboro Bridge, the Manhattan-side Brooklyn Bridge connection was never built, and several lines ended... The R55 was a proposed car for the B Division (IND / BMT) which was considered in the early 1980s, but never left the drawing board. ... The R83 was a proposed car for the B Division (IND / BMT) which was considered in the late 1980s, but never left the drawing board. ...

IRT: Composite - Deck Roof - Gibbs - Hi-V - Lo-V - Steinway - World's Fair

BMT: AB Standard - Bluebird Compartment Car - BU cars - C-type - D-type Triplex - MS Multi-section car - Q-type Queens car The Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) was the operator of the original New York Subway line that opened in 1904 and additional rapid transit lines in the City of New York. ... The Composite, a New York City Subway car was built in 1903-1904. ... The Deck Roof Hi-V, a New York City Subway car was built in 1907-1908. ... The Gibbs Hi-V, a New York City Subway car was built in 1904-1905. ... The Hi-V, a New York City Subway car was built in 1910-1911. ... The Flivver Lo-V, a New York City Subway car was built in 1915-1925. ... A 1914 map showing what was at the time the proposed expansion for the BRT. The only major differences from what was built is that a new 60th Street Tunnel was used rather than the Queensboro Bridge, the Manhattan-side Brooklyn Bridge connection was never built, and several lines ended... The AB Standard was a subway car of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company and its successors. ... The Bluebird, formally dubbed Compartment Car by its purchaser, the BMT, was an advanced design PCC subway and elevated railway car used on the New York City subway system from 1939 to 1962. ... BU cars is the generic term for BRT elevated gate cars used on predecessor lines of the New York City Subway system. ... The C-type, a New York City Subway car was built in 1922-1923. ... The D-Type, a New York City Subway car was built in 1925-1928. ... The MS Multi-section, a New York City Subway car was built in 1936. ... The Q-Type (and QX), a New York City Subway car was built in 1938. ...


 
 

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