The Train of Many Colors runs in service as the 7 train at Mets – Willets Point station, R33ML 9010 leading.
The Train of Many Colors (also referred to as TOMC) is one of the New York Transit Museum's IRT nostalgia trains used for excursions. The name comes from the fact that the cars are painted in many varying schemes from different eras.
During the 2004 Subway Centennial, some of the cars were used for regular service on the 42nd Street Shuttle route. In addition, the cars may be used to commemorate a special occasion (i.e. the opening of CitiField in Queens).