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Update on R33 #9075 with photos

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I also went down and pay a visit to R33 #9075 sitting in the Queens Supreme Court, and well they totally transformed it, it is now the "Queens Tourism Center" and it has computers and tables in it and it looks like they turned it into some sort of office. Didn't see much since it was closed.

 

Here are a few photos:

 

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Doesn't look very different from this angle, doesn't it?

 

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Here's something you don't get to see every day on the train...

 

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One last shot

 

So, any thoughts about this train office?

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Its awful they did that to that train, but oh well. Whats done is done. Nice pics btw.

 

That's not too bad. At least we know it will be better looked after.

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Well at least its saved and it will be here for a while hopefully. They have to change the roll signs though. It is suppose to be the Queens Tourism center and yet it has a sign for the Bronx :) Nice photos and thanks a lot for sharing.

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thanks! and yes it is awful.

 

they should have at least made it a public sitting area or something, but a tourism center???

 

to be honest who the hell is going to visit queens??

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thanks! and yes it is awful.

 

they should have at least made it a public sitting area or something, but a tourism center???

 

to be honest who the hell is going to visit queens??

You'll be surprised by the number of people that take a day to tour around Queens.

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Nice pics it looks that redbird is holding up well.Its kinda sad that they turned it into a tourism center they should have gave redibird to a railroad/Transit museum or something.

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to be honest who the hell is going to visit queens??

 

Why don't you ask Oliver that question.

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thanks! and yes it is awful.

 

they should have at least made it a public sitting area or something, but a tourism center???

 

to be honest who the hell is going to visit queens??

 

Public = vandals. Enough said.

 

And doesn't Queens have the largest population out of all the boroughs in the city? (If not, then at least the second largest? Manhattan isn't the only borough in the city you know.)

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vandals your never gonna avoid, no matter how much anti scratch plastic coverings or vandal squads or whatever they are not easy to control, they'll do just about anything to make their mark

 

and queens i think does have the largest population, but large population doesn't neccesarily mean lots of tourist attractions

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And doesn't Queens have the largest population out of all the boroughs in the city? (If not, then at least the second largest? Manhattan isn't the only borough in the city you know.)

 

and queens i think does have the largest population, but large population doesn't neccesarily mean lots of tourist attractions

 

That title goes to Brooklyn with more than 2.5 million. Second is Queens with about 2.2 million. Queens is the largest borough of the five that make up New York City.

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vandals your never gonna avoid, no matter how much anti scratch plastic coverings or vandal squads or whatever they are not easy to control, they'll do just about anything to make their mark

 

and queens i think does have the largest population, but large population doesn't neccesarily mean lots of tourist attractions

 

The Unisphere.

Flushing Meadows Park.

Astoria Park.

The view of the Triboro Bridge.

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The Unisphere.

Flushing Meadows Park.

Astoria Park.

The view of the Triboro Bridge.

Shea Stadium!

 

Me not a Mets fan anyway but just throwing it in there for fans that visit NY and go to a game.

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