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Happy Holidays from the Q!

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"Infamous 9122" Come on, don't pick on the new <Q> R160B, just kidding Anyways, Happy Holidays, R160A/B's are plentiful on the (Q), I probably ride the R68A (Q) about 20% of the time nowadays.

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"Infamous 9122" Come on, don't pick on the new <Q> R160B, just kidding Anyways, Happy Holidays, R160A/B's are plentiful on the (Q), I probably ride the R68A (Q) about 20% of the time nowadays.

 

The (N)(Q) and (W) are set to become fully R160s by March

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The (N)(Q) and (W) are set to become fully R160s by March

 

R160A/B taking over the entire fleets for the (N)(Q) and (W), well if that's the case where are the R68 and R68A cars going to go then, the (:)(D)? I don't see that happening for another year at least.

 

Don't say that! :D

 

I agree with you here, although the R160A/B are good on the (N)(Q) and (W). the R68 and R68A's are still providing great service on the (N)(Q) and (W), and by the way I like you R68A photos of the (Q). At least that's proof that R68A's are still reliable on the (Q).

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The (N)(Q) and (W) are set to become fully R160s by March

 

That was the plan, sans W now, but feedback from riders is that they prefer the R68 better because it has more seats. It's possible the R68s may stay on Bdwy.

 

I have the feeling this may be the case with the F (R46) as well.

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