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The MTA Holiday Nostalgia Trains are back to get New Yorkers into the holiday spirit.
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New Yorkers still looking for a little vintage cheer this season can get a blast from the past when the MTA’s Holiday Nostalgia Train rolls into select city stations on Sunday.
The annual tradition, which features classic cars dating from 1932-1977, will ride the rails for its 2016 season finale on Sunday, Dec. 18. They can be seen on the M line between Queens Plaza and 2nd Avenue starting at 10:05 a.m. and various times thereafter.
For the full schedule and stations where you can board the trains, click here.
There is still time to catch four of the MTA's vintage buses, whichwill run on 42nd Street's M42 route on Dec. 19-21 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Rides on the nostalgic buses and subway cars cost a normal MetroCard swipe of $2.75.