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I'm surprised they sent the (D) via Brighton instead of Culver. And how would a problem on 4 Av BMT cause the (G) to be rerouted?

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I would've sent the (D) via Culver and the (N) via Brighton. That's just too much congestion on one line. Nice pics though

It was very short G.O. also Brighton line has more capacity on weekends than during the week and has access to another set of tracks at Coney Island which Culver doesn't.

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Nice video! I have seen (D) train layups on the West End express track and (R) train layups on the Sea Beach Express track today. 

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That D was already in Brooklyn so that was why it was not rerouted over the Culver.

 

Note how the automated announcement leaves out "New York Aquarium".

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That D train wanted to go back to its old stomping grounds.

 

@PATCOman: Apparently, they left the original announcement on the N via Brighton options because the recording for West 8 St was replaced on the Q with the one from the F line.

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