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Has anyone ridden a train from the 1st to last stop?


Daniel The Cool

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Did anyone rode a train from the first to last stop?

 

My first time doing that was on the (7) Train in 2003

 

And my 2nd time was on an R68 (:P Train during my July 1st 2009 Trip from Brighton Beach to W 145th Street. It was like an 50-70 minutes ride and it felt cool. Too bad I never did that on an R40 Slant.

 

Now lets here who rode an train from first to last stop besides a Shuttle.

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Well its " has anyone ever rode " lol sorry eng 101 got 2 me..and yeah my home town line, the (J), from parsons to broad street...its not that bad of a trip mostly I guess im used to it...my best friend once had class at 207th street on the (A) and he lives in the rockaways...so thats one hell of a trip right there 2, nearly twice as long as mine:eek:

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The only line in which I rode its entirety was the 7. In most cases, it's slow and boring without the express and I would much rather take the F at 42nd and transfer at Roosevelt. Otherwise if the QBL was undergoing a GO, the best option is to take the local in its entirety.

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All shuttles, the (1), (2), (4), (5), (6), (7)/<7>, (9), (A), (:P via West End, (C), (D) via Brighton, (E), (F), (J), (L), (M) shuttle, (N), (Q6) via 6th Avenue, (Q) and <Q>, (R) when it went to Jamsica Center and the (W) after Sept. 11th.

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Riding the (E) from WTC to Jamaica Center is harmful to ones ass if sitting in a 160.

 

I would have to agree with that. If only they would install those flip seats on the A cars like those on the R142/As-R143s. At least those aren't that flat and one can actually rest their head on the corner.

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Well its " has anyone ever rode " lol sorry eng 101 got 2 me..and yeah my home town line, the (J), from parsons to broad street...its not that bad of a trip mostly I guess im used to it...my best friend once had class at 207th street on the (A) and he lives in the rockaways...so thats one hell of a trip right there 2, nearly twice as long as mine:eek:

 

Actually, professor, it's "has anyone ever ridden." I don't correct internet grammar, but if you're going to do it to others, at least get it right yerself. :confused:

 

(M)(R)(Q)(V)(7) off the top of my head.

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Actually, professor, it's "has anyone ever ridden." I don't correct internet grammar, but if you're going to do it to others, at least get it right yerself. :confused:

 

(M)(R)(Q)(V)(7) off the top of my head.

 

Burn!!

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End To End, Daniel? Let's see:

 

(1) South Ferry to West 242d Street-Van Cortlandt Park

(9) South Ferry to West 242d Street-Van Cortlandt Park

(4) Woodlawn to Utica Avenue-Crown Heights (Last The Bronx one I needed)

(B) Bedford Park Boulevard to Stillwell Avenue-Coney Island

(D) 205th Street-Norwood to Stillwell Avenue-Coney Island

70(8) East 149th Street to Gun Hill Road Lower Level

(2) East 241st Street-Wakefield to Flatbush Avenue-Brooklyn College

(5) Neried Avenue-East 238th Street to Flatbush Avenue-Brooklyn College

(5) Dyre Avenue-Eastchester to Flatbush Avenue-Brooklyn College

(6) Brooklyn Bridge to Pelham Bay Park

 

(A) 207th Street-Inwood to Lefferts Boulevard-Ozone Park

(A) 207th Street-Inwood to Mott Avenue-Far Rockaway

70(AA) 168th Street to World Trade Center

(K) 168th Street to World Trade Center

70(CC) Bedford Park Boulevard to World Trade Center

(C) Bedford Park Boulevard to Beach 116th Street-Rockaway Park

(C) 168th Street to Euclid Avenue

70(E) World Trade Center to 179th Street-Jamaica

(E) World Trade Center to Jamaica Center

 

70(EE) 71st Avenue to Whitehall

(G) 71st Avenue to Smith-Ninth Streets

70(N) 71st Avenue to Stillwell Avenue-Coney Island

(R) 71st Avenue to 95th Street-Fort Hamilton

70(QB) 57th Street to Stillwell Avenue-Coney Island

(Q6) Brighton Beach to 21st Street-Queensbridge

 

70(M) Stillwell Avenue-Coney Island to Metropolitan Avenue-Middle Village

(M) Bay Parkway to Metropolitan Avenue-Middle Village

(L) Eighth Avenue to Rockaway Parkway-Canarsie.

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