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Shots: IND/BMT Canarsie, (F) via the (A) and more | April 6, 2009|56k Alert

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These are my latest shots, with Canarsie Line, (F) via the (A) and more. Plus Videos - R46 (A) and so.. THANKS for commenting!

 

Routes: (A)(B)(C)(D)(E)(F)(G)(L)(M)(Q6)(Q)(S)(Franklin)

Rolling Stock Fleet (Train Car Model)- R32, R40M/42, R44, R46, R68/A, R143, R160

 

Shots from March 27:

 

R68A | Whitehall Street | (Q6) instead of (Q)

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(Q) R68A/160A | (D) R68 | (F) R160A/46 | Coney Island

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R127 Garbage

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Wednesday April 1

 

R32| 125th Street

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R160 | West 4th Street

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(F) R160A, R42, R46 |(G) R46|Smith Street -9th

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Thursday, April 2

 

R44 -145th Street | R68 - 125th Street

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4th Avenue | Ditmas Ave

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9th Street | R160A

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Friday, April 3

 

R143 |East New York-Broadway Junction

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Atlantic Avenue

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R143 (MTA) Logo on top | R160 (MTA) Logo on bottom |New Lots Avenue

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Back at Broadway Junction

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R68 | Franklin Avenue

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R68 (B)(Q) |R160B | Newkirk Avenue

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Saturday, April 4th

 

R44 | R46 (F) via the 8th Avenue Line | R160 |R32 | 42nd Street>West 4th Street> Chambers Street> Jay Street

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Video:

 

This is a Video at Chambers street with: (A) R44/46* and (F) R46 via the 8th Ave Line

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*I would of taking the entire R46 (A) but the Train Operator blew train whistle at me and started talking crap claiming photography is not allowed, and blahblahblah.. Sad that most T/A workers dont have the BRAINS to look at the rules! God bless the ones who knows! Taking shots on the MTA Property is allowed with certain limitation Review Section 1050.9C of the (MTA) Rules of Conduct if you THINK its not allowed which is false!: http://www.mta.info/nyct/rules/rules.htm

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Good stuff, as always! I like the orange (Q6)

 

B):)

 

Thank mate =)! Me to, makes me wanna take the (Q6) back to Queensbridge ^_^b

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Did that T/O honk at you? I'm pretty sure that's against the rules, isn't it??

I see you remembered that question from the C/R exam. Yes, the T/O violated the rules.

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I edited my first post, but I'll post it again in case you don't see it:

 

Did that T/O honk at you? I'm pretty sure that's against the rules, isn't it??

 

Oh yes he did, he blow it to startled me and stop me from taking the train, but i kept strong and still took it, which lead me to go toward his window, where started talking crap and so. At the end he blew it again at me, cuz I got my index finger and waved no regarding his part on the state law bs. Which he thought i mean't no about taking pics. So he blew.. and i left..

 

And I believe it is illegal for a T/O to blow whistle, if u remember the C/R exam they had a question about when is using the Whistle allowed. And it mention when its construction for example. So most likley he did. I dunno tho cuz the Conduct doesnt say anything on that. =/ But it must be a rule.

 

@AWWang Thanks =)

 

More comments plz!

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I see you remembered that question from the C/R exam. Yes, the T/O violated the rules.

 

oh kool so i was right. Thanks for letting me know.

 

lol he violated, i didnt. wow B)

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I see you remembered that question from the C/R exam. Yes, the T/O violated the rules.

 

Yep, that's exactly why I knew that was against the rules, lol.

=)

 

Talk about irony.. while the T/O yells @ mark for breaking a rule that isn't actually a rule, he himself breaks a rule.

Go figure...

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Yep, that's exactly why I knew that was against the rules, lol.

=)

 

Talk about irony.. while the T/O yells @ mark for breaking a rule that isn't actually a rule, he himself breaks a rule.

Go figure...

mmmm Irony..tasty! lol

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Great photography! You got around, and at New Lots, you even got an R62 (3) train in the background of the two (L) trains! Nice work, very nice work. Even the Franklin Av (S) too.

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Nice!

 

Interesting catch on the meet between R160 (L) and R143 (L)

 

Also the first time I heard a subway train's whistle, in real life or video.

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Nice photographs you have there, if you were at Coney Island yesterday, April 5,2009, you would have seen me photographing the Coney Island station, and their train cars. Anyways, keep up the good work. A train operator honked at me on the (Q) as well, but he was saying hello, not getting into an argument.

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Great photography! You got around, and at New Lots, you even got an R62 (3) train in the background of the two (L) trains! Nice work, very nice work. Even the Franklin Av (S) too.

 

gosh i didnt even notice the New Lots (3) there o_0 . Thanks for letting me know and leaving me a great feedback. More to come! =)

 

@Amtrak7 Yup! R143 the big brother, R160 the young sister =) . Thanks! BTW you never heard a train whisle =/?

 

@Metatops Thanks and sry that was a week ago for Stillwell. Next week ill go around there =) SPRING BREAK =]!

 

More comments Please B)!

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@Amtrak7 Yup! R143 the big brother, R160 the young sister =) . Thanks! BTW you never heard a train whisle =/?

 

Heard plenty of train whistles, though not subway train ones.

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NTT is everywere, see what the R142s caused l0l.

 

make that the R110s first NTT protos.. Thanks!

 

@Maserati7200~ Lol Thanks

 

Any more comments =)

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Good shots man.

 

I had a T/O on a 40 Slant B start honking the horn to me and my friend for taking pictures of the train..... and then a T/O arriving on the express track on the D starts getting all nosey and starts yelling at us too. I kinda think its a matter where some T/O's dont want there picture taken with the train.

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