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MTA Loves Railfanner~


mark1447

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You know its funny that the (MTA) might love its Raulfanners.

 

Notice that Many old elevated station contain high walls[Example (2)(5) Intervale) and other stations contain low fences (Example Whitlock (6))

 

New stations are becoming like that (except a few like the (7) 74th, which is rehab, but cant take pictures pefectly without heading to platform edge)

 

do u think thats nice of the (MTA) to do that

 

If you know what I mean. Its like I remember Sipson Street station on the WPR Line wasnt perfect for taking photography in 2005, but now that there are fences(if thats what they are called :)) now thatking Pictures is better then standing at the edge if a station =D! Get what i mean guys?

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I don't think its for the railfanners per se. I think the (MTA) is just trying to restore the stations to their original form.

 

Hmm i thought it would be that.. But it seems to attract loads of Rail lovers for el stations... Seems werid tho.. But you could be right tho

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The (MTA) does not like railfans... The LIRR, MNR and NJT loves Railfans, :)!

 

Yeah true, I was park ave and 97th street, and doing a horn sign when the train was gonna enter the tunnel, the T/O blew the horn

 

I wonder why NYCT doesnt like wtf?!:confused:

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I don't think the MTA pays us any mind, save for the fact that it's an extra two bucks that's not a basic commute.

You'll be surprised actually how much the MTA pays attention to us (especially to certain websites).....

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