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NEKST MSK D-30 R.I.P.

The graffiiti world lost another one yesterday with the early passing of Houston  CA  NYC, nationwide crusher “NEKST”…

ImageNEKST – Spring and Bowery (NYC)

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“MSK” by NEKST, seen from the Williamsburg Bridge

kgibbs-61391“NEKST” Houston St. (NYC)*

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“NEKST” Houston St. (NYC)**

Nekst-truck“NEKST” (S.F.) **

Image“NEKST” (the Bronx, NYC) **

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“NEKST” MBTA Red Line (Boston) **

* stolen pic from theKeeganGibbs.com

** stolen pic from ?

 



Boston’s Elevated Orange Line (R.I.P. 1987)

Some pics that bring me back.. Boston’s elevated Orange Line.

Orange Line - Forest HillsMBTA Orange Line at Forest Hills Station (my old home base)

Orange Line - Green St.Inbound train at Green St., looking south

Orange Line - Green StGreen St., looking inbound

Orange Line - EglestonEgleston Station, my stop for school

Orange Line - CharlesGoin over the Mystic River

Orange Line - South EndIn the South End. You can see the sign for St Vincent de Paul in the background.

Orange Line - RoxburyElevated Orange Line in Roxbury. Check out Skippy Whites, best spot for vinyl back in the day.

Orange Line - Forest HillsPulling out of Forest Hills Station, looking from the bus yard.

Orange Line - R.I.P.The elevated Orange Line tracks (R.I.P.) being removed, looking north from Forest Hills.

The above pics are taken from NYCsubway.org. Those are just some of my favorite pics, mainly because they are of my old stomping ground. Check out more old school MBTA flics on their website.

Dudley

Coz- CashCoz getting up in 1986 (est). Mass, Tale, and Spell tags also up. (* above 2 pics stolen from the web, forgot where)

1979 MBTA map
the old train route, 1979 MBTA map


The actual ride, Forest Hills to Dudley


part 2 of the ride


..and don’t forget their appearance at the end of the St. Elsewhere tv show’s intro.



Freight Train From 2006
August 18, 2008, 6:55 pm
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2006, near Boston.

2008, somewhere else.

This second picture was found on the web and emailed to me. Don’t know where it was taken, but it’s doing some travelling. The paint is still holding up alright and they’ve repainted the trains info* in the “N”.

*Not that I condone this, but… for anyone painting freights, try to not paint over the train’s info. They have to repaint that part, and it’s one of the reasons that they have a problem with freight graffiti. Also, if alot of the numbers are getting painted over in the same yard, it’s a sign to them that trains are being painted in that location.




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