Riding the F Culver line in Brooklyn and the Broadway line at 34th St yesterday, I seem to have seen more R-160's on the R and more R-46's on the F. Are they trying to make south Brooklyn feel better?
By the way, the Culver line stations have some amazing art work.
on Wed May 15 11:34:24 2019, in response to F and R car switches, posted by alantrain on Wed May 15 04:49:09 2019.
I remember when the R46s started on the F line back in the mid 1970s. They were a shock to the system - you could actually talk to the person next to you without having to shout and the a/c blew as cold as a freezer.
on Wed May 15 20:37:55 2019, in response to Re: F and R car switches, posted by randyo on Wed May 15 10:09:24 2019.
This has been asked or mentioned before, but I don't remember replies or explanations.
When a line begins CBTC operation, does this mean that the museum trains will no longer be able to operate on them?