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Aren't R-143s IRT rolling stock? If so, why would it be here?

 

Also, if you look at the gap between the train and the platform, you can tell that it's a BMT/IND train. If an IRT car was their, the gap would be several inches wider (somewhere around 10 or more inches).

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Yes, when the (L) terminates at Bway Jct

 

No it can't because the track leads that connect the Jamaica and Canarsie Lines only connect to the outer local tracks upon entering Broadway Junction.

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No it can't because the track leads that connect the Jamaica and Canarsie Lines only connect to the outer local tracks upon entering Broadway Junction.

 

I think he was talking about when the (L) did terminate at the Queens-bound (J) platform heading from Canarsie...IIRC, they was working on the (L) platform

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