Bronx Bomber Fans, Hop on MTA NYC Transit’s Nostalgia Train to the Yankees Opener on Monday

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The cars on the train will be the 1917 vintage Lo-V (low voltage) cars, which were removed from regular passenger service in 1969.

New York, NY - April 4, 2014 - Yankee fans riding the subway to Opening Day on Monday against the Baltimore Orioles can head up to Yankee Stadium riding aboard MTA New York City Transit’s special “Nostalgia Train.”  First pitch is at 1:05 pm.  
 
The four-car “Nostalgia Special” will depart from Grand Central on the 4 Subway Line Icon, uptown express platform at 11:00 a.m. and run non-stop to 161 St-Yankee Stadium. The cars on the train will be the 1917 vintage Lo-V (low voltage) cars, which were removed from regular passenger service in 1969.  
 
Additional trains and crews will be on hand with capacity crowds of more than 52,000 fans expected to attend opening day.  As a reminder during the season, fans can always take the B Subway Line Icon, D Subway Line Icon or 4 Subway Line Icon train to 161 St-Yankee Stadium (B Subway Line Icon during rush hours only). After all games, trains are queued along the center track of the Jerome and Concourse Lines and then called into 161 St-Yankee Stadium and filled one by one until the last Manhattan-bound customers are on their way. 
 
Yankee Stadium is also served by the 6 and 13 local buses. The 1, 2, and M4 stop at 161 St and the Grand Concourse, a short three-block walk to the stadium.
 
Metro-North Railroad will offer plenty of direct, fast and convenient "Train to the Game" service on the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven Lines as well as frequent shuttle service from Grand Central Terminal/Harlem-125 St Stations throughout the season.  Post-game direct trains are timed to depart 20- to 45-minutes after the last out.
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