NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The New York City subway rolls out a blast from the past.

The MTA’s Holiday Nostalgia Train is leaving the station this Sunday and every Sunday through the end of the year.

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WCBS 880’s Todd Glickman reports

The train is made up of cars that ran from the 1930s to 1970s.

The clanging brakes and train whistle are a bit noisier than the trains of today, but gives passengers a chance to relive the subways of decades past.

Jeremy from San Francisco grew up in New York but said he made it a point to come back east for the Nostalgia Train.

“Well, it gave me a chance to sort of relive my childhood. Riding these trains all the time when I was a kid, haven’t seen them in a while. And so it’s fun that one time a year just to come back and feel like you’re 6 years old all over again,” he told WCBS 880’s Todd Glickman.

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The trains feature ceiling fans, padded wicker seats and incandescent light bulbs.

Volunteers help restore the train, which runs between Second Avenue and Queens Plaza on the M line.

“It’s wonderful to watch the people’s faces and watch people get to enjoy living history,” a volunteer told Glickman.

The complete schedule:

Leaving 2nd Ave.

Leaving Queens Plaza

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