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  1. What can I say, you did a GREAT JOB again! It's a long trip from Myrtle Beach, SC to photograph the vintage buses, so I'm jealous! I wish I could have been there.
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    Dongan Hills

    Very nice work! The shot of the SIR leaving Dongan Hills and heading though the trees is very nice. Thank you for sharing!
  3. Great shots despite the weather! You did an excellent job compensating.
  4. Sharp shots! They are close and detailed. Good job!
  5. I like the Bee Line shot. The angle give the bus an odd look. All the shots are well done. Thank you for posting!
  6. Great shots! The night shot is well done and the details really show through. Good shooting, as always!
  7. Sharp shots. The first two are a bit fuzzy. Thank you for posting.
  8. Nice shots! The close-ups are the best since it shows the details of the bus; also a nice variety. Thank you for sharing.
  9. Nice shots! NIce mix of Long Island Bus & LIRR.
  10. Sharp looking RTS (and the other shots)! Thanks for sharing!
  11. Nice shots! The shots look sharp in the sunshine!
  12. Good job..nice shots! The sunny shots really stand out!
  13. AWESOME shots!! It looks like a RTS field day. Thank you for sharing!
  14. I agree with the other members, great shots and the first one is outstanding.
  15. HI... Average Joe's posted picture from http://www.nycsubway.org shows a perfect example of the SIRT trains. On the website there are a bunch of historical photos of the SIRT through SIRTOA (Operating Authority-when NYC took over operations from the Baltimore & Ohio RR) and SIR. The Long Island RR Owl cars were loaned to the SIRT around 1973 (that's when I rode one while on leave from the US Air Force). I don't know how many sets were loaned.

    As far as Staten Island being the forgotten borough, when I was growning up there in the 50's to 1971; yes it was a forgotten borough. We would get hand me down buses from Brooklyn, especially the MACK buses (6000 numbering series) and very early GMC (9000 numbering series). In fact, when I was growing up on SI; the Staten Island Mall was an airstrip. There was farmland and even a dairy near Tottenville. So before the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, Staten Island WAS the forgotton borough.

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