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On 9/20/2019 at 3:12 PM, Danthetransitfan8074 said:

Read what I said in the first place before you say this please.

I mean, as mentioned before, the N19 exists. Although it is an extremely small chance.

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3 hours ago, Evan Hancock said:

7410, 7414, 7425 are confirmed 100% retired

thanks, i think 7415 also retired when it parked among with those 3 last month at surrey's BO lot

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3 hours ago, Danthetransitfan8074 said:

I don’t need it mentioned multiple times, thank you.

then just let it go dont like it just keep scrolling

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How many D40LF's left in service, and how long do they have until the jaws of death come calling?O

I remember riding my first D40LF on the 50 going back to high school in May 1996 when it turned off of broadway had to get off and change to a 9 to get back to UBC. (U-Hill grade 12). I will really miss the wood paneling from these buses. really made them stand out and unique.

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9 hours ago, Mac Write said:

How many D40LF's left in service, and how long do they have until the jaws of death come calling?O

I remember riding my first D40LF on the 50 going back to high school in May 1996 when it turned off of broadway had to get off and change to a 9 to get back to UBC. (U-Hill grade 12). I will really miss the wood paneling from these buses. really made them stand out and unique.

According to the CPTDB wiki there is 33 D40LF's left in revenue service, but I'd suspect that number should be lower in the mid to upper 20's. 

The only buses remaining in revenue service with the wooden faux paneling would be 7247, 7274, 7280, 7292, and 8013 if you'd want to include a D60LF. 

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1 hour ago, Express691 said:

7428, is now retired.

I just rode that beast on Friday and it was a really strong machine. The operator was really harsh with it though. 

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1 hour ago, Evan Hancock said:

Saw it operating on its final day of service.

And this evening, I discovered that I have a picture from its last day in service

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On 10/15/2019 at 12:04 PM, Express691 said:

One of the last recorded D40LF to go on the N19, 7428, is now retired.

7423 also retired.

 

13 hours ago, Express691 said:

7362 and 7407 also done

thanks for information on retirement units😊

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3 hours ago, East Van Fan said:

Here's a pic I took last month.

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Another old timer gone :( now who will serve the public with em loud noises and other necessities :(

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