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R160's coming in and the route it takes


Dre Day

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(MTA)Looks like they are really getting these cars in. Yesterday while driving home i saw a police escorting a R160 car on a flatbed truck. I remember seeing them take this route before. It came over the University Height bridge and then came up 181 Street. Car No.8980. Yesterday if Im not mistaken I saw a R160 wrapped awaiting to cross the GWB.

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Rolling, rolling, rolling, keep the dogs rolling in. I can't wait until the (J) & (Z)line gets them full time. I am hopen by next pick, but then again there still might not be a next pick unless the (MTA) come up with the money. The way it looks won't be going though, whitch I will only be on the (J) on Sundays.

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Rolling, rolling, rolling, keep the dogs rolling in. I can't wait until the (J) & (Z)line gets them full time. I am hopen by next pick, but then again there still might not be a next pick unless the (MTA) come up with the money. The way it looks won't be going though, whitch I will only be on the (J) on Sundays.

 

I can't wait till the (J) gets them full time either, so I can ride them daily!

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R160As on the (M) and Bs on the (N) on the 4th Ave Line would be so much fun to catch. The Bs have the rights to say "HAHA IM A LONGER TRAIN"......Anyways, soon I hope to catch a vid or some pics of both sets side by side.

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Kawasaki is sending those cars in WAY too fast. They should take their time making those 160s like astom is doing. And it looks much cooler to see an R40S/M in the station at the same time with an R42. Than to see two R160s in the station at the same time. And its going to be a really sad day when R160s hit the (J) line. There have always been R42s on that line for as long as i can remember once it becomes 100% R160 the (J) line will never be the same...

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Rolling, rolling, rolling, keep the dogs rolling in. I can't wait until the (J) & (Z)line gets them full time. I am hopen by next pick, but then again there still might not be a next pick unless the (MTA) come up with the money. The way it looks won't be going though, whitch I will only be on the (J) on Sundays.

"Rollin' Rollin' Rollin'

Though the steams are swollen

Keep them doggies movin'

RAWHIDE"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbYMH0q1p14

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Kawasaki is sending those cars in WAY too fast. They should take their time making those 160s like astom is doing. And it looks much cooler to see an R40S/M in the station at the same time with an R42. Than to see two R160s in the station at the same time. And its going to be a really sad day when R160s hit the (J) line. There have always been R42s on that line for as long as i can remember once it becomes 100% R160 the (J) line will never be the same...

 

 

Yes, I agree 100%....Im gonna miss the R-42's

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Kawasaki is sending those cars in WAY too fast. They should take their time making those 160s like astom is doing. And it looks much cooler to see an R40S/M in the station at the same time with an R42. Than to see two R160s in the station at the same time. And its going to be a really sad day when R160s hit the (J) line. There have always been R42s on that line for as long as i can remember once it becomes 100% R160 the (J) line will never be the same...
Well, now you know how I feel about them on the Mikey. Ive been riding the Mikey my whole life with 42s, now they are becoming extinct little by little on the M. I will be getting my last rides and pics in ALOT when the last sets are running.
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