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V Via Sea Beach!?

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Hey Vinny, long time no see.. :D

 

Probably some weird reroute to CI maybe?

 

Send the V down the F line to Coney Island, then switch to the Sea Beach tracks just west of the station.

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Hey Vinny, long time no see.. :D

 

Probably some weird reroute to CI maybe?

 

Hey Troxio! :D I know,I havent been on here for a long time. I've been very busy,but you'll be seeing me here more often now. :D

 

They were probally testing it via Culver and sent it home down the Sea Beach then via 4th Ave then Bridge to (D) then (F). ;)

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Send the V down the F line to Coney Island, then switch to the Sea Beach tracks just west of the station.

 

ya like a 2 hr ride on the (V)?? way to long And where would it terminate if it were to go on a Loop to sea Beach (N)?

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ya like a 2 hr ride on the (V)?? way to long And where would it terminate if it were to go on a Loop to sea Beach (N)?

 

 

Perhaps Kings Hwy,8th,59th or 36th

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It was either reroute or weird rollsign. The fact that dante captured it suggests that it's likely a reroute.

 

- A

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A very big reroute for that matter. IIRC, F trains were rerouted via the D line. And ran express via Sea Beach, V trains were put-ins and some were extended down to Coney Island. I believe it was either a signal problem or some other problem that terminated parts of the culver line

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I remember him posting those pics. In fact it was a HUGE reroute. Here are some other pics that he took:

PIMG30068.JPG

 

PIMG30111.JPG

 

PIMG30135.JPG

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ya like a 2 hr ride on the (V)?? way to long And where would it terminate if it were to go on a Loop to sea Beach (N)?

He's not suggesting that as a new service, he's explaining how it got there.

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Being that the picture says that it is at 86th Street, most likely it went through Coney Island and is just laying up in the middle of the station, going in for repairs.

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(S) Reroute with (F)?? :confused: That dont make any sense

 

Sorry i put the s on the sencentes my mistake but I already edited my post. Thanks for correcting me.

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thats freaky...an R42 next to a redbird and a brightliner...and that pic of the r62 with the slant. dang, i just wanna see one train just ride by that had an r32,38,40S,40M,42,44,68,160 each one forming an 8 care set...they can call it " The BMT/IND Overhaul Train "

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i dont get it. if there really was a GO, wouldnt they make the (F)(V) run on the (D) line to Stillwell Av, or on the (:( line to Brighton Beach, then on the (Q) line to Stillwell Av instead being that is a 6 Ave Line?

 

they make the (Q) run on the (N) line whenever something is wrong on the Brighton Line.

 

(:D via West End (D) line.

(Q) via Sea Beach (N) line.

 

ud be suprised if they ever put the (Q) train to run on the (D) line whenever there is a disruption going on. i've taken it plenty of times, but lately they reroute it over the (N) line being that its a Broadway Line.

 

that pic of the (V) train running on the (N) line must've been a train that was out of service. i also have a picture of the (F) train running on the (N) line, im guessing that train was also out of service.

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