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TRANSIT PICTURES 19

22 September 2000

Thumbnail Description Call # Size
19-01 GMC Model 5303 #8466 19-01 23K
19-02 GMC Model 5309A #5277 19-02 29K
19-03 Flxible Model 111-CCD51 #4727 19-03 37K
19-04 MCI DLW3SS Commuter Coach #2080 Interior 19-04 30K
19-05 GMC Model 5106 #3100 Interior 19-05 34K
19-06 GMC Model 5106 #3100 Back View 19-06 26K
19-07 New Flyer D60HF #5451 Interior 19-07 34K
19-08 #5451, front view 19-08 36K
19-09 #8466, interior view 19-09 25K
19-10 #5227, interior view 19-10 32K
19-11 Flxible Model 111-CCD #699, front view 19-11 21K
19-12 Grumman Model 870 #236 turning onto Schermerhorn, as a late-comer to BusFest 2000 19-12 28K
19-13 Back view of #236 as it pulls into its parking space 19-13 26K
19-14 A sign that probably came from the 34th Street-Herald Square station. Notice the lines on this sign: EENQBRR, and the arrow pointing to the left, indicating "35 38 St, 40 St." These streets could be accessed via a tunnel that connected the 34th Street station with the south end of the 42nd Street/6th Avenue station. The tunnel still exists, but is now closed, unlike the network of tunnels under Rockefeller Center, which run from 6th Avenue & 47th Street, to 6th Avenue & 53rd Street, to 5th Avenue between 48th and 50th Streets. This one also connects the office buildings in the area, but the one between the 42nd Street and 34th Street stations does not. 19-14 31K
19-15 A sign advertising the World's Fair of 1964-5. (You can tell because the subway cars depicted in the drawing in the middle of the sign are what are now calles the "World's Fair Redbirds.") To get to the fair, just "follow the blue arrows." 19-15 28K
19-16 BMT D-type #6095, interior view. 19-16 22K
19-17 BMT "Standard" #2204, interior view. 19-17 21K
19-18 R4 #484, interior view. 19-18 32K
19-19 R7A #1575, interior view. This car is the prototype for the R10 cars. I don't know why they don't have an R10 next to 1575, or anywhere in the museum. I guess it'll be another one of those unsolved mysteries, eh? 19-19 30K
19-20 R11 #8013, interior view 19-20 30K
19-21 R16 #6387, interior view. The R142 will take the numbers once carried by the R16, R17, R21, and R22 cars. If they take the option for the R142A cars, the highest number will be 7760, a number now carried by an R26. 19-21 34K
19-22 R30 #8506 19-22 16K
19-23 R33-WF #9306, interior view. Compare with #9334 (Call#: 14-10). 19-23 32K
19-24 Extior view of #9306 19-24 23K
19-25 R17 #6609, interior view. This number will soon be carried by an R142. 19-25 30K
19-26 R15 #6239, interior view. This car's number is not carried by any other R-type car in the subway. How's that? R46 cars 6208 through 6258 are even-numbered "A" cars only. Since 6239 is odd, there is no other car that carries this number. 19-26 29K
19-27 R12 #5760, interior view. Unlike #6239, this car's number is now carried by an R46. 19-27 26K
19-28 Low-V #4902, interior view. This number is now carried by an R42. 19-28 31K
19-29 Brooklyn Union car #1273, interior view. 19-29 30K
19-30 Money Car G 19-30 22K
19-31 Court Street Train Locator Board 19-31 26K
19-32 R1 #100, interior view 19-32 30K
19-33 #236, interior view 19-33 33K
19-34 Orion VI HEV #6356, interior view 19-34 34K
19-35 New Flyer D40LF #939, interior view 19-35 35K
19-36 R36 #9346 Number Plate. I, at one time, used this a part of this graphic as my signature on SubTalk and BusTalk, but not anymore. 19-36 16K
19-37 R142 #6315 on Dyre Test Track 19-37 39K
19-38 R142 cars 6311, 6313, 6314, and 6315 on Dyre Test Track 19-38 39K
19-39 R142A cars in Unionport Yard 19-39 34K