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Q-type Queens car

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  1. The Q-Type (and QX) was a New York City Subway car rebuilt in 1938 by the BMT for elevated railway service to the 1939 New York World's Fair from BU cars in the 1200 and 1400 series, elevated stock originally built in 1903 and 1907

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  2. After BMT service on the joint IRT-BMT Flushing Line ended in 1949, the Q-types were refitted for operation of the IRT Third Avenue Line in Manhattan

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  3. After the latter line closed in 1955, the Q-types were refitted again to operate on the BMT Myrtle Avenue Line in 1958 to replace the last elevated gate cars in passenger service

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  4. When the lower part of the Myrtle Avenue Line closed in 1969, the Q-types were finally retired

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  5. A BMT Q-Type car on display at the New York Transit Museum
    A BMT Q-Type car on display at the New York Transit Museum

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  6. The oldest of the cars were in revenue service for 66 years, currently the longest such service life in New York City rapid transit operations

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