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Queens Village At Thier Finest!

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Fail, but really nice shot.

 

Okay--here's a question for Queens Village bus operators or other persons familiar: I'll try to make it as comprehensible + understandable as possible:

 

Every morning, at around 7-ish I walk to the Continental Av station to go to school. As I'm walking along Queens Blvd, I see Q60s and express buses flying down the main roadway, and all the norm. However, every so often comes a Hybrid or Nova RTS (never a porkchop) from the Queens Village depot, also on the west-bound Main Road. It's always a Not-In-Service bus but I've never gotten a chance to see it upclose because I'm always on the far sidewalk and the buses go really fast. Does anyone know why this happens?

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The front says 9012 and the side says 9021.
Exactly! Lol they gone dyslexic..
Nice pic! It looks so new without the ads.
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So which one is it?

Nice pic, BTW!

9012, I think because the back said 9012.
And I thought QV made another mistake mixing their 8794 with Jamaica's 8974. :P

 

Nice catch.

Wow someone needs to get thier eyes checked or something in QV lol thanks..
Fail, but really nice shot.

 

Okay--here's a question for Queens Village bus operators or other persons familiar: I'll try to make it as comprehensible + understandable as possible:

 

Every morning, at around 7-ish I walk to the Continental Av station to go to school. As I'm walking along Queens Blvd, I see Q60s and express buses flying down the main roadway, and all the norm. However, every so often comes a Hybrid or Nova RTS (never a porkchop) from the Queens Village depot, also on the west-bound Main Road. It's always a Not-In-Service bus but I've never gotten a chance to see it upclose because I'm always on the far sidewalk and the buses go really fast. Does anyone know why this happens?

Well I ain't a QV operator but it could be buses that ran all night heading back to the depot. Thanks for the comment though.
An Extremely Fine pix with an Extremely Fine bus, :o!
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Fail, but really nice shot.

 

Okay--here's a question for Queens Village bus operators or other persons familiar: I'll try to make it as comprehensible + understandable as possible:

 

Every morning, at around 7-ish I walk to the Continental Av station to go to school. As I'm walking along Queens Blvd, I see Q60s and express buses flying down the main roadway, and all the norm. However, every so often comes a Hybrid or Nova RTS (never a porkchop) from the Queens Village depot, also on the west-bound Main Road. It's always a Not-In-Service bus but I've never gotten a chance to see it upclose because I'm always on the far sidewalk and the buses go really fast. Does anyone know why this happens?

 

Its probably a Q88 deadhead.

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LOL!!!! I guess its 9012 they have to fix that kinda quick..... Speaking of the QV 9000s 9197 was just transfered to the 126st depot. I have no idea as to why. Milage?

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Guest Charles
Its probably a Q88 deadhead.

 

That makes a lot of sense. Thanks!

 

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Its probably a Q88 deadhead.

 

 

I'm pretty sure it is.

 

Nice shot man, it's a coincidence because both 9012 and 9021 were reported naked and whitebacked, lol.

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