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Initially I only wanted to post one photo, but got some more today.

 

 

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Rerouted B68 and B1 over Neptune avenue

 

 

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And some more

 

 

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Later.

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Looking at the pictures by this forum member (and by the other forum members as well), I am thankful for the work that is being done in creating a record of the devastation of this monumental storm throughout this city. It is extremely difficult to explain to others in words what happened, however, when I can refer them to the forum and a particular thread that contains collection of photographs, they are able to ascertain the level of devastation that hit our areas. As a retired librarian, the forum photographs are a great reference source of history for anyone that will be doing research on this storm in the future.

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Looking at the pictures by this forum member (and by the other forum members as well), I am thankful for the work that is being done in creating a record of the devastation of this monumental storm throughout this city. It is extremely difficult to explain to others in words what happened, however, when I can refer them to the forum and a particular thread that contains collection of photographs, they are able to ascertain the level of devastation that hit our areas. As a retired librarian, the forum photographs are a great reference source of history for anyone that will be doing research on this storm in the future.

 

Thanks, more photos on the aftermath itself can be found http://www.nyctransitforums.com/forums/topic/37891-its-sandy-on-the-beach/ .

(there is more if you scroll down)

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