The C train makes a stop at Fulton Street with a 8-car train of the 1964 Budd R32 cars.
An express J train bound for Broad Street takes the middle track through Flushing Avenue with a morning commuter service. The Broadway Elevated section features three tracks, one in each direction... (more)
A patch of sunlight catches Budd R32 car 3406 with a Jamaica Center bound J Train as it pauses at Myrtle Avenue in Brooklyn. The last R32 cars are expected to last in to the 2020's and are eking o... (more)
A Forty-Two-Year-Old Mystery Solved!Ever since stumbling upon a pair of New York Metropolitan Transit Authority R32 subway cars in Los Angeles back in February 1974, I'd wondered wh... (more)
Manhattan bound J train is approaching Myrtle-Brodway Station during very heavy blizzard.
A lone R32 is see sitting inside the overhaul shop at Coney Island surrounded by R160A's and a handful of trucks.
After 51 years of service, the Budd R32 type cars are currently found on the J-Z & C Lines. Here, an eastbound J train for Jamaica Center is seen departing Chambers Street. Chambers Street was ope... (more)
A Manhattan bound C train stops at the Hoyt-Schermerhorn station which consists of six tracks and four platforms. The outer tracks lead to the NYC transit museum so the outer platforms are not use... (more)
J train is seen carrying commuters to Manhattan over Williamsburg Bridge.
The good ol' beat up R32As still operate on the C line. They are loud, ride like crap and feel like they are gonna fall off their trucks every time they depart a station... ITS AWESOME!
A workhorse of the New York City Subway System, an overhauled R32 originally built in 1964 is in for maintenance at the Coney Island shops in Brooklyn, NY.
An "N" train of R32 cars can be seen between the Broadway and 30th Avenue stations on the Astoria Line. In a few more stops this train will reach Ditmars Boulevard, its northern terminus.
R32 A Train at North Conduit Avenue station