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HOT shots!!!:cool::tup::tup:

I love the last shot!:tup::tup:

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Awsome lol at 9231 lost.

 

9231 is not lost, if you know your history, 9231 is back in the borough where she started brand new, so if anything, she's back home.

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Awsome lol at 9231 lost.

 

I believe the 9230-9249 series all started out at Gun Hill. I used to see 9232 with GH decals during its early days at Ulmer Park.

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and IIRC, the 9100s started at Walnut.

 

 

9100 was an ulmer park original , 9070-9189 I think , or some came in split up . I think the 9070's were there at ulmer park . I remember most of them being there .

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and IIRC, the 9100s started at Walnut.

 

the 911X-9139 were Mother Clara Hale New. Walnut had 8750-8751 and some 8800s brand new which were transfered to Kingsbridge when Walnut closed. Gun had some 8800s new and 9231-9249 new. There were a couple of rouge 8900s that ended up new Mother Clara Hale (8924, 8926, 8928, 8930, 8934).

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