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I generally edit transportation pages, specifically those in the New York City Metro region. I have an account on New York City Transit Forums. I originally had an account on wikipedia called Union Tpke 613 and then I forgot my password so this is my newer username. I am a severe railfan.
Ever since I was really little, I have been interested in the subway. I enjoy railfanning, going on subway fan trips, taking pictures of the subway, and collecting transit memorabilia. I have a really large collection that continues to grow. I know a lot about the history and the makeup of the subway system, and MNRR and LIRR. I have acquired my vast knowledge through my collection of subway books, going around the system myself, and the vast knowledge of information on what we call the internet. I also am in the process of making a subway fantasy map and a regional rail plan for the NY metro area. I live in Queens and hope to live here and in NYC for life. I sure don't want to learn to drive. I hope to become a transit planner for our wonderful city or perhaps the whole NY Metro region, and hope to make a difference in our transit system, allowing people to go where they need more quickly and efficiently.
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^Larson, Russ (1974). "Learn the lingo". N Scale Primer (Fourth printing, 1977 ed.). Milwaukee, WI: Kalmbach Publishing. p. 101.