BMT Shuttle Rides = Vintage Trains
Brighton Beach Q Station, Brooklyn
Saturday and Sunday, June 27-28
12:00 – 4:00 pm
Free with subway entrance!
The 4th Avenue Subway, Brooklyn’s first subway line, opened 100 years ago this week!
As part of the centennial celebration of the BMT, our vintage trains will be running as shuttles on June 27 and 28 between noon and 4 p.m. for just a swipe of your Metrocard at the Brighton Beach Q station!
You can ride different subway car classes* including:
- The original BRT/BMT “Standards” (1914-1969)
- BMT D-Type Triplex (1925-1965)
- R-11 Prototype (1949-1976)
- IND R-1/9s (1930-1977) which began and ended their service on BMT lines.Check out the BMT100 website for more information. While you’re there, check out the Transit Museum’s pop-up retail shop and temporary tattoo station! Transit Museum members always receive a 10% discount on store purchases – you can even join at the pop-up store and start receiving discounts right away!
*Please note: passengers will only be able to get on or off the trains at the Brighton Beach station. We will be offering rides in both directions, a short round trip to Ocean Parkway and a longer round trip to Kings Highway. Car equipment is subject to change.