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Daniel The Cool

The Good, The Bad And The Infamous

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I was railfanning 3 days ago and caught the infamous R160B (Q) train and some older subway cars so here they are

 

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Enjoy and comments are welcome

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So would the R160s and R68s be the good, the R44s the bad and the R40Ms and R42s the infamous?

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So would the R160s and R68s be the good, the R44s the bad and the R40Ms and R42s the infamous?
Switch the R44 with R42, and replace the R40Ms with the R40 slants. The R44s were notorious for their original P-Wire brakes, while the R40s were infamous for their slanted ends.

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Switch the R44 with R42, and replace the R40Ms with the R40 slants. The R44s were notorious for their original P-Wire brakes, while the R40s were infamous for their slanted ends.

 

R160s and R68s good, R42s bad and R40s and R44s infamous...I guess that'd work, but personally I just don't like the R44s because they're too dang slow! But I like they way they sound when they pull out the station. :(

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