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Airplanepilotgod8888

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  1. I became interested in transit and how subways and train systems worked at an early age. I'm more of an Avgeek, but the railfan is still in me.
  2. Greetings everyone, I haven't been active on this forum for quite some time now. With exception of a few posts I made two days ago, I haven't posted anything in almost four years. I had moved from New York to Atlanta, and recently I've been feeling nostalgic for my old home town. I'm glad to be back!
  3. Up next: Power outage effects all tracks on Manhattan bridge, uptown train stalls at Prince St.
  4. I think a line connecting to LGA via the wouldn't be a bad idea.
  5. I would like to bring this topic back, I hope no one would mind .
  6. This topic will be about the "what ifs" of the New York City subway. For much of it's over 110 year history, the New York City subway is rich in events, projects, proposals and everything in between that either happened, almost never happened, or never happen at all. By changing one event in the system's past could have major effects in both the short and long run. Like for instance what if the IND second system, or parts of it was built and opened, or what if the second avenue subway was completed before 1950. I've been wanting to create a topic like this for awhile now, here it is, I present Alternate subway history! The format will be, a scenario will be posted, for example "What if the IND second system was built and opened". The original poster could start talking about the senorio in the starting post or let another person start talking about it. Senorios covered (So incase this topic blows up, and we wont have duplicate starting posts. I'll start, What if the subway was never consolidated and the IRT BMT and IND remained independent companies. Let's discuss it . I might have in the past made a topic something about this.
  7. Every time i try to post or start a topic i get this "You have been placed on moderator queue. This means that all content you submit will need to be approved by a moderator before it will be shown.". I posted nothing for awhile and i am still on moderator queue, its starting to get annoying to have to wait a long time before my posed are shown. Can someone take me off this moderator queue please.
  8. The A train is always crowed...

  9. The needs more trains any way. The is not as crowded as the .
  10. 11 avenue line 14 street park - Van Cortlandt Park-252 street https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=zIdJ_la9iRKc.k8dlZGsqSH0Y 14 street park 23 street-11 Avenue 33 street 42 street-11 Avenue transfer is available to , , , , , , , and lexington avenue , , 51 street 59 street-West End 66 street 72 street-West End , , 81 street 88 street 96 street , , 103 street-West End on weekends only 107 street 116 street-Columbia University 1 125 street 1 137 street-City College 1 145 street 1 157 street 1 168 street 1 181 street 1 191 street 1 Dyckman street 1 207 street 1 215 street 1 Marble Hill-225 street 1 231 street 1 Van Cortlandt Park-242 street Van Cortlandt Park-252 street
  11. The art installation Masstransiscope by Bill Brand has delighted Brooklyn subway passengers since 1980. Go behind the scenes to see how it was recently restored for a new generation of riders to enjoy. Bill Brand: http://www.bboptics.com/ MTA Arts for Transit and Urban Design: http://www.mta.info/art
  12. This is a work in progress and extension to LGA airport (8) train Ralph ave-8 ave/Port Authority Bus Terminal extension to Howard Beach-JFK Airport https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=zpC_S4FgEEC0.kg-ZeAc6kINY
  13. This is a motion picture film taken on May 21, 1905. just 7 month after the opening of the subway on October 27,1904. From 14th street(now 14th street union square) to 42 street.Footage from this film is available for licensing from www.globalimageworks.com
  14. A power plant. The thing with the a secret nuclear reactor in one of the abandoned subway stations like worth street is just a joke. Come on man why did you click that red down arrow for? I will click the green arrow on your reply just to show that i have compassion.
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