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How many R32s/R40Ms/R42s are on there so far?

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I don't believe any R40M are on there yet.

 

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There are, from Subchat photos I've seen R40 4487 on the barge with 4367.

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If they were reycling them, maybe one of my soda cans would have been flying down the Broadway Express not too long ago.

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If they were reycling them, maybe one of my soda cans would have been flying down the Broadway Express not too long ago.

 

You never know... ;)

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You never know... B)

 

Hell, I think my last Pepsi (sorry Jeff) was an M1 that was scrapped in Mexico.

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Hell, I think my last Pepsi (sorry Jeff) was an M1 that was scrapped in Mexico.

 

Hah...you don't know where my Dr Pepper's are going someday. Imagine the reverse now...And there's a LOT of Dr P's...maybe they're even gonna be used for the R179's B)

 

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This morning R26 7771 and R30 8265 & 8336 were loaded on to the barge

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Hah...you don't know where my Dr Pepper's are going someday. Imagine the reverse now...And there's a LOT of Dr P's...maybe they're even gonna be used for the R179's B)

 

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The flavor of Dr. Pepper is too complex to be used for the R179, but just right for the new IRT toy train. I hear they will only make it out of Fresca cans.

 

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The flavor of Dr. Pepper is too complex to be used for the R179, but just right for the new IRT toy train. I hear they will only make it out of Fresca cans.

 

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LOL.

 

As long as it's not a wrong lineup...

 

"Hey these signals don't look too familar" B)

 

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LOL.

 

As long as it's not a wrong lineup...

 

"Hey these signals don't look too familar" B)

 

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Well, had that train been going to Flatbush Ave, the next signal would be appr01.jpg judging by all the snow being kicked up. And corbon steel makes the soda taste bad.

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Sounds like you've tried it.

 

Nah, but I did like a running rail once and the steel dust was not too apitizing. I think it would make soda taste kinda bad.

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The flavor of Dr. Pepper is too complex to be used for the R179, but just right for the new IRT toy train. I hear they will only make it out of Fresca cans.

 

Looks like this thread is taking a

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edit: NVM, it was a different signal aspect.

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I'm glad you got it, but it's too late to be anything but trivial as the Dyre line has been resignaled. Hell, you know more then 90% of the people here.

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I'm glad you got it, but it's too late to be anything but trivial as the Dyre line has been resignaled. Hell, you know more then 90% of the people here.

 

He's got the T/O book with the old promotional exams B)

 

"the force is strong w/ this one"

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I'm glad you got it, but it's too late to be anything but trivial as the Dyre line has been resignaled. Hell, you know more then 90% of the people here.

I've read both nycsubway.org signal history and most of the MTA regulations book.

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He's got the T/O book with the old promotional exams B)

 

"the force is strong w/ this one"

 

ah, you saw my stack of the passbooks :P:cool:

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I've read both nycsubway.org signal history and most of the MTA regulations book.

 

Then needless to say you are way ahead of the local curve around these parts.

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ah, you saw my stack of the passbooks B):cool:

 

ayup...what's that, a little light reading before bedtime?

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ayup...what's that, a little light reading before bedtime?
*opens and reads*On a R-10, the reverser key controls the direction of rotation of the traction motors. ah, nothing like some good ol' technical questions to knock you off to sandman land. B)

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*opens and reads*On a R-10, the reverser key controls the direction of rotation of the traction motors. ah, nothing like some good ol' technical questions to knock you off to sandman land. B)

 

Just wait until you start reciting the positions in the ME-23 brake valve in your sleep :P

 

Disclaimer: that does NOT happen to me...

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