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From 8 Ave To Culver To Brighton and More

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Did a lil railfanning today on my day off from school,heres the results:

 

 

8 Ave Line: (A)(C)(E)

 

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Culver Line: (F)(G)

 

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Notice Anything?

 

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Culver Shuttle Trackway

 

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Brighton Line: (B)(Q)

 

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Not In Service R160

 

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Rare NIS R160 Interior Sign

 

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Times Sq: (7)

 

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Sea Beach-Ft Hamilton Pkwy: (D) via (N)

 

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The <Q> Lives!

 

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I found this AD Pic funny ;)

 

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I also saw an R68 (N) heading to CI at 20 Ave,couldnt get pics cause I was on the Manhattn bound (N),and I saw the R32 (Q) sitting in CI Yard At 4:15

 

Enjoy :(

-(V)

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Are there any trick to minimize the blur when catchin the train in a slow motion?

 

Nice pics btw!:tup:

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Nice stuff from all over at system, B)!

 

Thanks :)

 

Cool pics, Ditmas Av is truly a great photo spot!

 

Thanks :)

yes it is!

 

Very nice!

 

excellent shots Vinnie

 

Thanks Guys :)

 

Are there any trick to minimize the blur when catchin the train in a slow motion?

 

Nice pics btw!:tup:

 

Unfortunatley not :cry:

Thanks :)

 

cool pics

 

Thanks :)

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Great pixs! at 42nd PABT, theres always space at the last car of the train to take a pix. Ether side

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Great shots from all over!

 

Great pixs! at 42nd PABT, theres always space at the last car of the train to take a pix. Ether side

 

That's because the station was built to hold 11 car-length trains.

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Slammin pics!

 

Great pixs! at 42nd PABT, theres always space at the last car of the train to take a pix. Ether side

 

yep,thats why I love taking pics from that station!

 

Great shots from all over!

 

 

great photos

 

Thanks Guys! :P

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Nice pics. When fanning with other people and they're right next to you when taking a picture, make sure they don't get in the way of your picture. You can move a little to the left/right or kneel if necessary. Sometimes you can't avoid it though.

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The <Q> is alive ,it's (A)live R68DiamondQ2.jpg

 

Again nice selections around the system:tup:

 

It's good to hear that you saw (N) 68 itleast some are out there.

 

Thanks! B)

yea,wish I couldve gotten pics of it! :cry:

 

and all I have to say about the <Q>: (Just replace <Q> with London Tipton) :)

 

 

 

Nice pics. When fanning with other people and they're right next to you when taking a picture, make sure they don't get in the way of your picture. You can move a little to the left/right or kneel if necessary. Sometimes you can't avoid it though.

 

Thanks! :)

 

I know! I hate that,its so annoying. I try,but nothing I can do. :confused:

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Great shots from all over!

 

 

 

That's because the station was built to hold 11 car-length trains.

 

As were all original IND stations.

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