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Old M Shuttle

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Before the arrival of the R143s, the (M) shuttle, or as i like to call "Baby Mario", used four R42s in their trains. so i want to know, did they have both a conductor and an operate because on an R42, the conductor controls are only on the blind ends and the cabs are only half-width? between which cars would the conductor be on?

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The conductor would be on the third or forth car of the R42 (M) train, depending on which side the doors were supposed to open, I believe.

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Before the arrival of the R143s, the (M) shuttle, or as i like to call "Baby Mario", used four R42s in their trains. so i want to know, did they have both a conductor and an operate because on an R42, the conductor controls are only on the blind ends and the cabs are only half-width? between which cars would the conductor be on?

Southbound; North 3rd/4th Cars

Northbound; South 3rd/4th Cars

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