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What...the...hell...AWESOME :tup:

 

They had a (V) sign like that that said...

 

TO 2 AVENUE

6 AVENUE LINE

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Nice Photos :tup:

 

thanks!

 

Wirelessly posted via (Mozilla/5.0 (Danger hiptop 4.6; U; rv:1.7.12) Gecko/20050920)

 

What...the...hell...AWESOME :tup:

 

They had a (V) sign like that that said...

 

TO 2 AVENUE

6 AVENUE LINE

 

thanks, as if that train running on the (C) wasn't crazy enough...

 

Too bad 75-footers can't run on the Nassau St and Canarsie lines... oh well.

 

I was thinking maybe they can run from the south Brooklyn end to chambers, like they used to do in the 80's, but then it wouldn't be the (Mx) and I'm not sure about the clearances for that portion of the nassau st line

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The signs had programmed Chambers and Essex as nothern termimals for B, D, J, M, N, Q, R, S and T (West End). It also has Chambers and Broad as southern terminals for J and M, and it also had the through D 6Av via Nassau as well.

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