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2001 - 04 Manhattan Bridge Service Changes


Harry

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I got a chance to scan the July 22, 2001 - 2004 Manhattan Bridge Closure Brochure. This was an interesting change in Manhattan Bridge subway service at the time. Enjoy!

 

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You can still get one here.

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I had that brochure in the past, don't know if I still have it...

 

The ones not highlighted meant nothing was changed right? In this case, the F, N and R trains?

 

Yes, the (F), (N) and (R) were not affected at all (the (N) and the (R) for the meantime, it was tweaked with later on though).

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Thanks for sharing this H. I'll like to get one, what do I do about getting one from the site?

 

Thanks for sharing, this guaranteed the (D) would never run on the Brighton Line again as well as the (:( at the West End line. The end of the (Q6) as well from 1988-2001

 

Thanks for this! I think I might have this, but I don't remember where it is now.

 

Great scans, thanks.

 

You're very welcome guys. I'm always trying to get scans of stuff. There will definitely be more to come. :cool:

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Thanks Harry for the nice scans! I might be in the minority here but I think the (;) and (D) are good. The (D) gives West End riders 24-7 service without having to transfer at 36th Street late nights and the (:o fits the Brighton Express allowing the (Q) to be the local 24-7. Now the Brighton, West End and Sea Beach each have 24-7 service by one train. Plus Brighton has an express that runs 6am-11pm and West End has a supplemental Rush Hour train.

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Thanks Harry for the nice scans! I might be in the minority here but I think the (;) and (D) are good. The (D) gives West End riders 24-7 service without having to transfer at 36th Street late nights and the (:o fits the Brighton Express allowing the (Q) to be the local 24-7. Now the Brighton, West End and Sea Beach each have 24-7 service by one train. Plus Brighton has an express that runs 6am-11pm and West End has a supplemental Rush Hour train.

 

Although the (B) is running local until 2011. No Brighton Express service till then dude.

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