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11/22 Railfanning & Transit Museum. Plus Suprise & Funny Bonus


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Railfanning

 

68 (D) Via Sea Beach @ Ft Ham

 

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46 (R) @ 59th

 

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160 (N) @ Atlantic-Pacific

 

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46 (R) @ Dekalb

 

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68 (Q) Via Montague-Whitehall @ Court

 

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160 (Q) @ Dekalb

 

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46 (R) @ Dekalb

 

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160 (N) @ Ft Ham

 

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68 (D) Via Sea Beach @ Ft Ham

 

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R160 and 68 (Q) Departing Court St

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now For The Bonus: :eek: a R32 @ The Museum!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: These 32's have (6) in the front!!!!!!!! :eek::eek::eek:

 

 

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Museum

 

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Funny Bonus: My Friend Christina Stripping On R32 :D

 

 

 

 

 

Yours Truly

 

 

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Enjoy! :(

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Well, happy to still see a R32 or R38 alive... But, sad to see them go... I grew up with them... :D... I don't want to see R44 or R46 leaving anythime in the 15 year future...

 

The R-44 and R-46 isn't going to last 15 yrs....your pushing your luck with that

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I doubt 10 yrs either an extra 5 yrs is really pushing it

 

 

Once the 170 hots like in 3-5 Years, then the R44 would most likely retire within 6 yrs about.

 

I dunno about the 46s unless MTA changes its plan on retiring it too

 

does this mean that the 62s on the (3) will be retired when the 188s are out

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Once the 170 hots like in 3-5 Years, then the R44 would most likely retire within 6 yrs about.

 

I dunno about the 46s unless MTA changes its plan on retiring it too

 

does this mean that the 62s on the (3) will be retired when the 188s are out

 

Regardless of the fact the R-44 and R-46 will retire but not in 10+ yrs b/w 5-8 yrs give or take. The R-188's are only going on the (7)<7> not the other half of the 7th Avenue Line, but we'll see about that

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Nicely done. It's sad to see the R32 in the transit museum... though strange to see it as a (6).

 

Thank You :D Yup,defidently strange to see it there and as a (6).

 

Hehe, nice, should have cracked the cab door open and changed the sign to an F. :D

 

Thank You :D LOL! I wouldve changed it to a (M):(

 

Nice pics, weird to see a B Division car have A Division routes.

 

Thank You :) I know,maybe they were planning to have a 32 on the IRT.

 

 

And heres some more from today from when I went to the Queens Mall,but not alot like yesterday. and yes I caught another 32 and its a brightliner!

 

32 Brightliner (E) @ Roosevelt

 

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You can check my 11/21 pics here:

 

http://www.nyctransitforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=6423

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Nicely done. It's sad to see the R32 in the transit museum... though strange to see it as a (6).

 

 

They should have put #3348 in the museum cuz it would be kinda funny. The R32 contract number starts at 3350, and seeing 3348 would be amusing (to some)

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