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C40 on the Q60.

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Bus #511... Let the foam begin.

 

 

 

 

 

And as an added bonus here is 923 on the B67 from Saturday.

 

 

 

Hope you enjoyed!!

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So I guess ppl here only foams when they see those buses in queens. I can say an Orion v cng is on the q35 and no one gives a damn anymore...

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You hype, bro

hype what? And impress who? I don't even care about the o5 cngs like some people here do. I just figured if ppl want a decent chance in riding one, then they should fan the q35. That is all.
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not for nothing aint that c40 is from the spring creek depot? 

 

Yep, it's from Spring Creek. Spring Creek has been sending their buses out on the Far Rockaway Lines, and today apparently on the JFK lines.

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So I guess ppl here only foams when they see those buses in queens. I can say an Orion v cng is on the q35 and no one gives a damn anymore...

 

Just those that don't like going to places out of their reach....

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Yep, it's from Spring Creek. Spring Creek has been sending their buses out on the Far Rockaway Lines, and today apparently on the JFK lines.

oh i bet is because of the hurricane sandy... figured..

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Those C40's are from Spring Creek Depot.

 

I've actually went and checked the Q35 and I myself saw nothing but Hybrids.. I haven't seen anyone put up photos of Spring Creek buses on the Q35 so I don't know what point you are trying to make.. If anything I'd love to see the CNG's on the Q35, and if they were on the Q35 i'm sure someone would have seen them by now.

 

Here is 493 on the Q60, spotted earlier this afternoon.

 

 

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Those C40's are from Spring Creek Depot.

 

I've actually went and checked the Q35 and I myself saw nothing but Hybrids.. I haven't seen anyone put up photos of Spring Creek buses on the Q35 so I don't know what point you are trying to make.. If anything I'd love to see the CNG's on the Q35, and if they were on the Q35 i'm sure someone would have seen them by now.

 

Photos courtesy of Grand Concourse as he's been the one catching and reporting them on the Q35.

 

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Thanks and ftr, I did see an O5 cng on Monday. I guess they started making the changes like Tuesday as that's when I got a 3500 from JFK. Like i said, I have no reason to make it up.

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Well sorry I didn't see them then.. Also, most of these rare buses I have been catching on the way to/from school and other places which is why they are all filmed with my ipod; the one day that I went out to the Rockaways to specifically look for buses I didn't find any on the 35 however I did find them on the 22 and rode 746 on the 52 so there you go.

 

Anyway I rode 576 on the Q60 going home earlier this afternoon.

 

 

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