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100th anniversary trip?

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It's going to be hard this time around to decide what train I'm going to spend the majority of the trip on. The Arnines are not part of that question. I just wish I didn't have to work that Sunday otherwise I would spend majority of the first day on the Triplexes and majority of Sunday on the Standards.

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I will try to spend most of my time on the D types and BMT standards. I have never ridden on them.

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No. Most likely (But not guaranteed), four trains:

The five RPC-owned R1-9s

The three RPC-ownded BMT Standards

D Types 6112 and 6095

R11-R16-R42-R38-(Possibly R40)

The TOMM mini set is as follows (South End) R16 - R38 - R42 - R11 (North End). No Slant, which is fine with me. I'm just happy the R11 is leading on one end.

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News said it would be cloudy in the afternoon but rain in the evening

Cloudy in the morning, rain in the afternoon with thunderstorms in the evening is the forecast

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They only open the doors at Brighton Beach, a bit disappointing because people were also waiting for it at Kings Highway.

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There are 4 operating trainsets and 1 stationary car. The R1-9s are one, the Triplexes are the second, and the mini Train of Many Metals is the third operating from Brighton Beach to Kings Highway. The BMT standards operate from Brighton Beach to Ocean Parkway. And finally, R1-9 car 1000 is stationary at Brighton Beach and has merchandise for sale.

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I was not impressed by the kid who stuck his arm out the window, got clipped by a signal, and dripped blood all over one of the cars today.

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I was not impressed by the kid who stuck his arm out the window, got clipped by a signal, and dripped blood all over one of the cars today.

Wtf, when was this and which cars?

There's rain over the weekend. I wonder if any roof leaks will become apparent.

From what I saw, Ocean Parkway station leaked a lot more than the vintage cars. (I didn't see the vintage cars leak even a bit.)

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Wtf, when was this and which cars?

 

During the final round trip of the day, on the D-types... stupid... all for a cool photo =_=

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During the final round trip of the day, on the D-types... stupid... all for a cool photo =_=

Where'd this happen? I mean on what part of the round trip.

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Today was pretty good. Seems like no one barely showed any love to the R38 & R42...seemed pretty empty most of the time.

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Where'd this happen? I mean on what part of the round trip.

idk... I wasn't on that train at the time. I was on the TOMM... only heard about the incident later. But let this serve as a reminder that the Subway / RR is a dangerous place, so please, for your own safety, be vigilant and don't do stupid shit...

 

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