The R33WF Bluebirds were purchased for the 1964 New York World's Fair and only used on the Flushing Line. The bluebirds were blue intil the mid-1970's when they were painted white in an early deterrent to graffiti. Bluebirds were painted red to become Redbirds in the mid 1980's.
Only four restored R33WF's exist: three are with the NY Transit Museum with two in their original painted scheme and one as a Redbird; and one is in the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, Maine.
NY Transit Museum's, "Train of Many Colors" used Bluebirds along with other historical cars in their original paint schemes.
Made with Non-Toxic Paint; Plays on all standards railway systems; One Piece hardwood body.
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