Before June 2008 came by, The one and only R40 Slants ran on NYC Subway D Train for not only Yankees Special but for certain construction when the D Trains ran in 2 sections
Between Norwood-205th Street And 2nd Avenue (Via the 8th Avenue Line Southbound)
Between West 4th Street And Coney Island
When did that construction, It was actually FUN and the D Train had VARIETY instead of the normal R68 Subway Cars. But then after June 2008, The R40 Subway Cars no longer ran on the D Train (Even the R40M and R42 didn’t run). I’ve ridden the R40 D Train from 125th Street to 2nd Avenue a few times. GREAT RIDE. You get look through the front window and see the tunnel. R40 D Train was really nostalgic/nostalgia. After riding it to 2nd Avenue it was really cool. Too bad I didn’t record a video of it though. Riding it via 8th Avenue was FAST. The R40 D Train was a really cool experience and felt like a time tunnel. But anyways the R40 D Train is cool, only downside is that it only ran underground.
The R40 D Train is good BUT not better as an R68 D Train (In My Opinion). Wish I rode the R40 D Train more back then. But I’ll give the R40 D Train a 9.5 out of 10.
Credit goes to Bill Trinh for letting me used this photo
The C Train has an interesting history. Back when the NYC Subway was new, The C Train started out running from to/from The Bronx. The C Train to The Bronx was actually nice and stuff. Then in 1998, The C Train no longer went to The Bronx and was sent to Washington Heights-168th Street as its new Northbound terminal. But then a crazy thing happened which brought back history. In 2010 (December), because of a 1-2 hour delay on the Northbound D Train, they sent this C Train (In The Picture) Up to 205th Street which is even better because it used to only end @ Bedford Park Blvd. Riding the 1964 R32 Subway Cars on the C Train that day to The Bronx was amazing because it brought back old history and the ride was really fast. The C Train has its ups and down’s but thats the best ride I had on the C Train In my life so far. The R32 C Train to 205th Street is good and nostalgia. Rating this a 10 out of 10
Yesterday 3/23/2013 I went out to see The Spring Breakers (2013 Movie) at 67th Street And 2nd Avenue in New York, NY. The movie theater is EXPENSIVE so I would not recommend that theater unless its the only one available. As for the movie itself Let me be the one to say It was………………AWESOME. This film has a lot of good comedy in it and adventure and even though they used a lot of foul language in the movie, it’s pretty good (Especially Selena Gomez who played Faith). I’m going to also note that this movie is NOT appropriate for children under 17 and its meant for adults. If I were you, I would recommend this movie for people to see. The Ending was really shocking but I’m not going to spoil it and let you viewers see it yourself. If I was to rate this movie it will be given a 9.5 oops I mean a 10 out of 10 for this wonderful adventure Rated R.
2nd year I’ve gone to the parade and it was actually really nice. The music and the performers worked really hard with this and I love how prepare they are. The army and military are just important to the parade as well. Irish people are just important as we are and they deserved the St. Patricks Day Holiday. My favorite part of the parade is taking the pictures and see how happy the people are to celebrate. The only downside for the parade was the colder weather than last year but its all good still. I’ll rate this parade a 10 out of 10. Keep up the good work. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Daniel-Smith-Photography-Productions/326735954029525
The Harlem Tavern located in New York, NY (West 116th Street) is one of the good restaurants to try out there for the following reasons
The Chicken Tenders (With BBQ Sauce) is really good and taste fresh
They Offer A Brunch Meal (Which is a really great deal)
And its a great place to bring your family for dinner, lunch or even BRUNCH.
With that said I’ll give this a 9 out of 10 rating