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Some M1A and other stuff 6/19/09

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Caught the M1A at 125th st. today and other stuff.

 

Two M7A trains.

 

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Shoreliner in the distance.

 

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M2 at 125.

 

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M1A and M7A entering 125

 

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M7A entering

 

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GE Genesis P32AC-DM #214

 

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M2 entering 125

 

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M2 and M7A

 

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GE Genesis P32AC-DM #226

 

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State of Connecticut Car

 

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And a vid

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91tZKpl6p1A

 

 

 

Enjoy.

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nice pics. Though i do beleive that the M1A is really an M3A

 

Its and M1A , its part on the 24-30 cars that were saved to be used when the 153-Yankees Station opened.

 

Thanks Guys.

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Its and M1A , its part on the 24-30 cars that were saved to be used when the 153-Yankees Station opened.

 

Thanks Guys.

 

you sure? i remember the difference between an M1 and an M3 being the conductor's widow. the M1 had the windoe side down within the frame and the M3 sliding back on the exterior of the frame. that car in the pic has the latter

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you sure? i remember the difference between an M1 and an M3 being the conductor's widow. the M1 had the windoe side down within the frame and the M3 sliding back on the exterior of the frame. that car in the pic has the latter

 

My bad its an M3A , I looked at the conductor's window an its pops out.

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Nice pics!

 

and some f**ktard rated your video 1 star. wtf. Luckily I'm about to rate it a 5 on my Maserati7200 account and a 5 on my BMT7thAvenueExpress account to fade out that effect.

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Nice pics!

 

and some f**ktard rated your video 1 star. wtf. Luckily I'm about to rate it a 5 on my Maserati7200 account and a 5 on my BMT7thAvenueExpress account to fade out that effect.

 

Thanks,I actually found out who that idiot is doing that to my vids and I got them. Apparently , the person wants to rate all transit videos as one star so they can have 5 star rating for there horrible quality vids.

 

Nice!

 

Thanks

 

Nice pics and vids!

 

Thanks

Edited by QSC TMC 295

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i commented on, and rated your vid, and suscribed to you! All in all, nice pix and videos dude

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