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  1. No it isn't. Stop staring at the tracker all day.
  2. Uh huh. I’d like to see evidence supporting this claim. As for the white knighters, how about you all take a step back from your keyboards as this “commotion” has nothing to do with any of you. No one here is asking for your $0.02.
  3. And just who bought 9424 for the purposes of preservation? If the “owners” really valued that bus, they would have kept in a much more secure place than where it sat.
  4. I’m sorry, I didn’t realize I was angrily smashing my keyboard to make these posts. Unless you’re white knighting because you actually believe him.
  5. Again, I call bullshit. Don’t you know the age old saying, “Pics or it didn’t happen”? Until you can prove us wrong, your claims and opinions on this matter are invalid.
  6. So do I, therefore I call shenanigans. The attached photo from my source shows W227 was serviced on September 15th, eight days after you claimed it was retired. Until you can provide evidence that W227 is actually retired, your claim is invalid.
  7. 1. Eh? 2. Not really, unless the only 40 footers a garage has are hybrids. 3. That's an iffy question to answer. The only reason I can think of why 8100s would be preferred anywhere is because an operator might request one for a night bus.
  8. There's no pattern to what type of vehicle goes out on a daily basis other than the 192. It's whatever is parked on a specified track which assigned to a run, if the vehicle goes out.
  9. For a guy who likes to make an ass out of you and me, he just got kyboshed pretty hard. Especially if this person makes assumptions only based on staring at a vehicle tracker all day.
  10. That was 5115-5114-5191-5190-5185-5184. Spotted it deadheading NB SCW around 8:20 that night.
  11. They never got new rollsign a specifically for the 514. If they did, they wouldn't need the short turn flaps for the makeshift 514 exposure.
  12. The number 514 was always on the current rear rollsigns.
  13. TTC The following TR sets are in the west end of the BD line because of the fire at Yonge-Bloor: 548x, 591x, 593x, 597x & two more sets. 6 TR sets are supplementing the 3 T1 sets on the west end of the BD, as per Brad Ross.
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