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AMF Monorail transports visitors at 1964 World's Fair, Flushing Meadow New York. The American Machine & Foundry Company designed and built the Fair's monorail system at a cost of over five million dollars. Each of the seven trains was automatically controlled, air-conditioned and played a continuous recording that described points of interest along the way. Photo by John G. Zimmerman.
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AMF Monorail transports visitors at 1964 World's Fair, Flushing Meadow New York. The American Machine & Foundry Company designed and built the Fair's monorail system at a cost of over five million dollars. Each of the seven trains was automatically controlled, air-conditioned and played a continuous recording that described points of interest along the way. Photo by John G. Zimmerman.