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3200-series Longitudinal Test Seating Car Gallery

Car 3386 brings up the rear of a southbound Brown Line train of 3200s, leaving Francisco on August 22, 2001. The red sign box hanging from the canopy is a backlit "Pay on Train" sign, no longer in use from the days of unmanned stations in the off-peak hours. (Photo by Mike Farrell)

A Kimball-bound four-car train, led by car 3393, stops at Paulina station on the Brown Line on August 22, 2001. (Photo by Mike Farrell)

A six-car Ravenswood train -- the most possible on the Brown Line -- pulls into Damen station on its way to Kimball on August 17, 2001. The train is led by car 3394, with Craftsman Tools/Sears red ad wrapped cars 3429-3430 behind 3394's mate, car 3393. (Photo by Mike Farrell)

Car 3396, leading Brown Line run 423, pulls into the four-car berthing mark at Francisco station, looking east from the west end of the platform on August 17, 2001. (Photo by Mike Farrell)

Five days later, run 423 is caught going in the opposite direction: car 3408 leads the run this time, stopping at Paulina station on its way to the Loop on August 22, 2001. (Photo by Mike Farrell)

After finishing a run from the Loop, car 3424 leads a Brown Line of 3200-series cars heading through Kimball Yard into Kimball terminal, looking south from the island station platform on August 22, 2001. (Photo by Mike Farrell)

Car 3428 is on its way to the Loop as it leads a Brown Line train pulling into Francisco as it heads east on August 22, 2001. (Photo by Mike Farrell)

With the dutiful motorman in the cab window, car 3439 pulls into Paulina station on its southbound Brown Line run to the Loop on August 22, 2001. (Photo by Mike Farrell)

Having completed its station stop at Skokie terminal, car 3446 trails a Yellow Line train pulling through the station to the turnback to prepare to load passengers on the inbound platform and head back to Howard in July 1999. (Photo by Mike Farrell)

Just about to raise its pantographs as its transfers from the third rail-powered portion of the Yellow Line to overhead cantenary, car 3448 leads a northbound Skokie Swift train as it crosses East Prairie Road on August 14, 2001. (Photo by Mike Farrell)