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Q Broadway Express

New York Subways:

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I just purchased a copy of Mr. Gene Sansone's excellent book New York Subways An Illustrated History Of New York City's Transit Cars.

It is the Centennial edition from 2004 and is hard cover with dust jacket.

I purchased it through Abebooks for $40.00 plus $4.00 shipping.

I am looking forward to reading it.

 

 

 

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The Post Office sent me a notification. My book arrived in Tucson, Arizona at 5:18 am this morning.

Maybe it will be delivered today, instead of Friday and I will see it tonight after I get home from work.

I work 4:00 to 8:00 pm.

I think the Centennial edition of New York Subways could have the R142s.

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1 hour ago, Q Broadway Express said:

The Post Office sent me a notification. My book arrived in Tucson, Arizona at 5:18 am this morning.

Maybe it will be delivered today, instead of Friday and I will see it tonight after I get home from work.

I work 4:00 to 8:00 pm.

I think the Centennial edition of New York Subways could have the R142s.

It has the R142s. The last section is very short and covers the R143s and R160s (combined).

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My book arrived just before I left for work at 1:30 pm!

What can I say? Beautiful, beautiful book!

508 pages - much expanded from the first edition which I owned. Lots of photos.

I am glad that I bought it.

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I do apologise! It was New York City Subway Cars that I owned a first edition of. I somehow got Gene Sansone and James Clifford Greller mixed up!

This is the first book by Gene Sansone that I owned.

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I can not believe that I got Gene Sansone and James Clifford Greller mixed up!

Mr. Sansone's book is excellent and thorough.

I love the I.R.T. and B.M.T. historic and vintage cars sections of the book.

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