manufactured 1973 in Japan by Orion and imported by Custom Brass ( TO-408 )
TARS route map:
Notes on TARS Lines - Manhattan and Bronx
10 Tenth Avenue Line: 42nd Street, 10th Avenue, Broadway, and 125th Street from West 42nd Street Ferry to West 130th Street Ferry
B Broadway Line:42nd Street, Broadway, and 125th Street from East 42nd Street Ferry to West 130th Street Ferry - Now today's M104
K Broadway-Kingsbridge Line: East Harlem to the Bronx
T Third and Amsterdam Avenues Line Park Row, Bowery, 3rd Avenue, 125th Street, and Amsterdam Avenue from City Hall to Fort George. The Third Avenue Railroad opened the line in 1853, from Astor House (Broadway and Park Row) north along Park Row, the Bowery (shared with the Second Avenue Line), and Third Avenue to 86th Street; an extension to East Harlem opened in 1859. Using the One-Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Street Railroad and trackage along Amsterdam Avenue, Third Avenue cars were also operated to Fort George. Buses were substituted for streetcars by the Surface Transportation Corporation on May 28, 1947.