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Phil D.

Vintage Train and LIRR!

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Well I fianlly stepped foot into the LIRR system, and I can say, its much cooler and fun then NYCT.

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Slammin pics! Those LIRR trains could fly! I think they are even faster than SEPTAs Silverliner IVs. I like the older LIRR cars though.

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i know the vintage trains will run on sundays and the southern terminal for the Sixth ave train is 2nd Ave. what is its Northern terminus and are there any others running on other lines? and from where to where and during what times?

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i know the vintage trains will run on sundays and the southern terminal for the Sixth ave train is 2nd Ave. what is its Northern terminus and are there any others running on other lines? and from where to where and during what times?

Its northern terminus is Queens Plaza and it runs on the (V) from 10 AM to 5 PM. Thats how it is every sunday for December.

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Some beautiful pictures there! I like the Q66 one the most.

 

Nice videos, as well!

Glad you like them! Thanks! And that Q66 pic I took to see how it would come out.

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