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Cait Sith

3/13/09 Pictures : Concourse Yard!

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Interesting finds today at the yard, R42s from the (E) along with R40Ms, R38s and ONE R32 there as well, along with your usual R68/68As and whatnot.

 

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hm wonder why the 38 and 42 are coupled....

 

Or maybe they are not, just close

Nice shots, though that R30 and the ones in the back of it was the tomc lol

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beautiful pics:cool:

nice to see two lone r30 cars in redbird livery, thought they were a dying breed!

 

They are displaced by the R40 slants that took their job at Concourse Yard. These two cars might as well be scrapped or reefed or whatever.

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Thanks, :)!

 

Just so you know, the yard north of Bedford Park Blvd is predominantly hippo with some R142/A's lying around. The yard south of the said street has the cars waiting to be sent to 207. There are around 6 R38s from my view. Possibly 8.

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Nice pics. Does anyone else find it funny how fast the R38s went compared to the Phase II's?

 

great pics loved em, even caught the red R27's chilling in there, brought back a few memories. and i agree the MTA's on my shitlist a little bit this kinda adds on to it, first by robbing the Brighton Line of its (D), and now making the R38's some of the most attractive and fun to ride cars i my mind extinct is the biggest travesty since rappers like Nelly, and Souljah Boy getting record deals.

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Yeah, I know whats that yard but I am not sure of the name...

 

It's really the same yard, Concourse. However the bridge over Concourse acts as a dividing line, to my observations

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