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Re: Answer For Mr. Dave Klepper's Question, Is It An R-10 or #1575?

Posted by Joe V on Mon Feb 22 17:03:47 2021, in response to Re: Answer For Mr. Dave Klepper's Question, Is It An R-10 or #1575?, posted by randyo on Mon Feb 22 16:46:07 2021.

It would have been tedious to schedule an off-peak (call it AA) from 168th to Metro Ave and to keep the Coney Island and ENY equipment from getting mixed up.

In the AM,
The first off-peak train from Metro to 168th would be expected to follow the last B or CC by a few minutes north of 59th, probably run with KK equipment.

The first off-peak train from 168th to Metro would be expected to follow the last B or CC, probably with equipment from the last northward B train.

AA would likely run with a mixture of CI and ENY trains, then would have to straighten it all out for the PM rush. Each carbarn's trains lacked roll signs for the other.

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