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R160 signed up as a (C) spotted...

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I think it doesn't mean a damn thing...

 

Exactly. TA crew mess with the route signage when the trains are laid up in the yard to appease to the railfans. Last September I saw a 160 signed as (A).

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A few weeks ago I saw a 160 signed up as a (;),it didn't mean shit to me b\c it was only 5cars it wasn't even a full set.Come on man this is not important.

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...in Coney Island Yard yesterday around 10 PM. What do you think? (Please, no foaming)

 

Should I care?

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Probably not.

 

Didn't think so.

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...in Coney Island Yard yesterday around 10 PM. What do you think? (Please, no foaming)

 

Whooptie do?

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...in Coney Island Yard yesterday around 10 PM. What do you think? (Please, no foaming)

 

An R160 signed up as a (C) in Coney Island Yard is as big of an omen as an R68 signed up as a (JFK). It literally doesn't mean *ish!

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It happens alot, mainly to get railfans 3rd rails electrified. Its nothing new and its just harmless fun. At ENY they do it all the time...I've seen (A)(C)(D)(Q)(V) and even (3) (on an R32)

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Now if you saw a R160 at Euclid saying (C) then maybe it would be more weird explanation (Like that R142A at Euclid. Talk about odd.) But it was just a T/O or C/R messing. Btw, as I pass the yard on the Belt the other day I saw R160 (T) train. Yes I said (T). Did I run here and wail about it? Simply, no because I know someone just had fun.

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Lol, the (N) R160 OOS at 57St for layup I saw last week had (C) also, it is pretty much just dudes messing around.

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Why does it matter that a not-in-service train is signed up as any route? (A)(;)(C)...yeah it's there, but it's not in service. This is no reason to be so hyped up over. It means absolutely nothing because it's not in passenger service.

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That 160 in CI yard has been signed up as a (C) for about 2-2 and a half weeks now. See it all the time when i'm going in and out of Stillwell.

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Ive signed up (1) and (7) in Unionport yard before just playing around lol.

 

LOL I remember seeing that a while back

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I remember the only time i saw a R142 (3) in service was during that GO last year between Utica and New Lots and shuttles were running.

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...in Coney Island Yard yesterday around 10 PM. What do you think? (Please, no foaming)

 

i sware i have a school there at bay pkwy (N) which i take to c.i (D)(F)(N)(Q) transfer to (Q) to sheepshead bay i saw it too 3 days ago it was the(A) to 168 street

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As some have said before, an R160 signed as a (C) doesn't NOT mean it will be running on that line. That's something some us of still need to learn.

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Hows this??

 

Wheres the Lock and key?

 

Hey man, this is BIG news. Someone signed it up as a (C) so this mean that it MUST be going into service. Oh this is so exciting....

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