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  1. No I never said you were, I'm saying theres a difference between Railfanners and those conquestors, like the bum in the video
  2. ^ I think you are mistaking the depots. See, the M31 is at Tuskegee airman depot, not Manhattanville depot. Manhattanville is the depot closing according to this thread, not Tuskegee.
  3. oh I see, but there's a big difference between causing a public disturbance, such as lying on the tracks, throwing bottles at the train and delaying service, and railfanning which includes, taking pictures and foaming from the mouth, if your that kind of person.
  4. Wait what does railfanning have to do with this?
  5. I haven't really been following this, do I hear now the is not part of the B division?
  6. I find it interesting how in the video we manages to walk right by the FDNY without them noticing, no disrespect, my sons a Firefighter. I just think he stuck out like a sore thumb. Also why was the fire department called and not the police? anyone know?
  7. Why were trains running via second avenue this morning? Saw a R68a and r160 at 86th st.
  8. Wow, this makes the Q88 look reliable.
  9. Random question/thought. Why did 1016, the XN60 go to West Farms and not to another borough depot?
  10. Nice has it ever made it up as a Cuomo'd R-160? Heard that has happened once or twice
  11. Here’s something they should do, that they haven’t already. Have certain express trains continue to run express, just run them on the local track. Simply bypass the local station in both directions. I don’t see what’s wrong with doing that. Unless I’m missing something?
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