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Mofo 176

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  1. I saw #9493 being trucked on I-95 in North Jersey heading towards the George Washington Bridge. I didn't think the bridge could handle that kind of weight. I assumed it was being sent to the 207 St yard. I should have pulled my car over to the side to take photos!
  2. It's ok... Well at least I made it back to the city in one piece. If it makes it to the museum, I will take a visit.
  3. Oh, wow, so this is really it? I first saw the R40 Slant on the ( when I was on a field trip during the 1st or 2nd grade. I fell in love with it almost instantly, due to its unique, sort of futuristic design, that I believe makes even the most modern cars look dull. I loved the RFW, the acceleration, the seating, just about everything. I wish the TA could have overhauled the slants like the R44/46, and outfitted them with LED signs and such, but I'm sad to see them go. I'm actually coming back to the city today, It'll probably be a 4-5hr drive. Does anyone know if the remaining cars will s
  4. Hello, NYC Transit Forums! I'm finally going to start posting, as I've been lurking around here for some time now. A little bit about myself: I've always been found of railroads and subway systems since I was very young, when my mother used to take me with her downtown on the and the . I don't know whether it was the complexity of the system, the diversity of rolling stock, the freedom of going anywhere in the biggest city in the world, the people, or whether if it was the subway's characteristic smell, but something had me hooked to the New York City Subway. Growing up, I ha

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