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(J)esus christ vinny did you go to (J)uniors :P

(N)ice fulton pics

 

LOL. No,I forgot! I wanted that mac and cheese to ;)

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Nice stuff from Downtown BKLYN, still renovating there ayy, :)!

 

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yep,its taking forever

 

 

These photos are really good, your timing for photographing fast moving buses can use a little work but otherwise great!

 

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I know,for some pics I had it on the wrong ISO,then I fixed it afterwards.

 

I hope they get that work done at fulton mall before i go back to fresh pond, nice pix by the way

 

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Nice pics Vin.Sice when did the B38 have limited service?

 

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LOL,that suprised me to!

 

Great pics man!

 

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nice pics but whats up with mirror in the last picture(MTA)

 

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I have no clue :confused:

 

You took nice photos, as always. How come you did not go down to Jay Street so you could get even more photos?

 

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I forgot,I wasnt thinking :o

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Great Pictures you took and i can see where i used to work at MTA HQ over 5 Years. I love Downtown Brooklyn. Keep up your work.

 

David

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Tampa,Florida

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(NYCT) I miss this logo

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I guess such a service would be more for riders east of Broadway, then. (Basically, a better replacement for the Myrtle el.

Maybe a limited with a super limited; or, I really envisioned that as a separare route.

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I guess such a service would be more for riders east of Broadway, then. (Basically, a better replacement for the Myrtle el.

Maybe a limited with a super limited; or, I really envisioned that as a separare route.

Wouldn`t be cool if the Myrtle av el was still running today.I wonder what route It would be called?
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Considering it would have just remained (MJ) until 1985 when the double letters were eliminated, then we have to look at the avilable letters then. Basically, T, U and Y. H, K and V I know were already on signs for the planned renamings, and W, X (6th/8th Ave shuttle) and Z were probably planned already as well.

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