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My turn to post pics from teh 8/11 and 8/12 weekend

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Ok, now its my turn to post a few pics I took this past weekend. It was a very nice day, fun-packed day and very nice meeting quite a few of you. Photos includes: R32 and R42 (G) trains, and the museum train. So off to the pictures! Enjoy!

Saturday

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Sunday

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Hope you enjoyed, comments are always welcomed!

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I noticed the R1/9 had different route signs during the trip. Did it change the route signs according to which track it terminated at Stillwell?

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Sebbie. there is no R 38 D train.. Only R68'S and the Museum Train was at first a B train wen it came down the west end, then it was a D train via The Brighton. Harry , hoped that answered ur question.. lol

 

Sebbie, there are no R 38'S running on the D. That was an R32 G train, if thats u meant..

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Sebbie. there is no R 38 D train.. Only R68'S and the Museum Train was at first a B train wen it came down the west end, then it was a D train via The Brighton. Harry , hoped that answered ur question.. lol

 

Sebbie, there are no R 38'S running on the D. That was an R32 G train, if thats u meant..

 

So what is that R38 in the seventh picture that says "D/57th Street" on it?

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So what is that R38 in the seventh picture that says "D/57th Street" on it?

Thats not an R38!

 

Doesn't look nothing like an R38....

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I've just found out what it is - it's an R9.

 

Sorry, but it's still taking me some time to get used to the numerical designations for the train cars. I don't have it all down yet.

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