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Daniel The Cool

Click For Photos And Videos From The 2nd Of July Special

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I was railfanning yesterday and here's the photos I took and I will start from the beginning

 

R32 (A) train from Chambers Street to W 4th Street.

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R160A-2 (E) train from W 4th Street to 7th Avenue-53rd Street

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R68A (B) train from 7th Avenue-53rd Street - W 125th Street and back down to W 116th Street

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R32 (C) train from W 116th Street to W 50th Street

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I walked and rode the R160A-2 (F) train from W 42nd Street to W 4th Street

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Then rode the R68A (:) train from W 4th Street to Brighton Beach and then back to Broadway-Laffete.

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and took an R68 (D) from there to W 4th Street and took photos at W 4th Street.

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Rode the R44 (A) running local from W 4th Street to W 59th Street

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then the (D) from W 59th Street to W 34th Street-Herald Square

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And the R160B 8800s Series on the (W) from W 34th Street to City Hall and back to W 34th Street

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And took a pic of the R42 (R) at W 34th Street

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and rode the R68A (B) train from W 34th Street to W 4th Street again lol

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and now here are some more random photos

Whats wrong with this photo

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And for those who said there are no more R46s on the (V).

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And now with the 2 videos

 

Enjoy and comments are welcome

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Very excellent pics! The R68A (B)s are the best! That explains why i don't see a lot of them on the (Q).

 

thanks and I only saw 3 sets of R68s on the (B) and the rest was R68As

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Excellent shots! 25 R68A trainsets should be able to cover a line. I'm guessing that the three remaining trainsets are either in layup or with the W.

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Excellent shots! 25 R68A trainsets should be able to cover a line. I'm guessing that the three remaining trainsets are either in layup or with the W.

 

thanks

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Nice pics, you kept more of them straight this time. Though a still are tilted, keep the camera straight when you take shots so they come out better. And none of us said there were no R46s left on the (V)...

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Nice pics, you kept more of them straight this time. Though a still are tilted, keep the camera straight when you take shots so they come out better. And none of us said there were no R46s left on the (V)...

 

thanks and sorry for the confusion

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wow, man! that must've been a LOT of running around, from what i can deduce, you were at West 4th Street Station three times lol. nice pics!

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wow, man! that must've been a LOT of running around, from what i can deduce, you were at West 4th Street Station three times lol. nice pics!

 

thanks:tup:

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