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Robert Bosco

M7's Breaking Down

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Is it true that the (MTA) had to take some M1's and M3's out of retirement because the M7's kept breaking down?

 

That's when they were teething.........

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That is true in the case of MNRR, not really with LIRR. MNRR had problems with the M7s always slipping when the leaves are on the ground.

 

Don't really hear much about LIRR having problem with their M7s alot.

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That is true in the case of MNRR, not really with LIRR. MNRR had problems with the M7s always slipping when the leaves are on the ground.

 

Don't really hear much about LIRR having problem with their M7s alot.

 

Slippery rail season? SEPTA has real issues with that as most of their rail lines run through wooded areas.

 

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That is true in the case of MNRR, not really with LIRR. MNRR had problems with the M7s always slipping when the leaves are on the ground.

 

 

That's an unpreventable error. Other than that, the M7s are in prefect shape.

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