Started by Dash5155, May 29, 2019, 06:50:04 pm
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Quote from: Dash5155 on November 22, 2019, 11:55:44 pmSo there's a rumor circulating that 5689 and 5703 is retired. This was mentioned by reliable sources but I will not add them to the list until it's official.
Quote from: MillerRichard1 on November 27, 2019, 07:30:56 pmThe more that retire... the more saddened I become RIP SEPTA's New Flyer D/DE40LFs
Quote from: Dash5155 on November 28, 2019, 02:29:08 amWell I recieved confirmation that those two are actually gone. RIP. Here's the current ACTIVE 2003 D40LFs still on the roster (ACTIVE being the key word here, since the rest are holiday buses, likely to be retired after Christmas)Comly: 5623Midvale: 5678, 5679, 5683, 5691, 5696, 5697, 5699, 5708, 5709, 5710, 5711Frankford: 5630, 5640, 5645, 5646So I guess now is the time to get your pictures in. If not, then deff go check out the holiday buses when they come to be as they will be the last horrah for the 2003 buses. Then only the 2004s will remain....
Quote from: Jonathan the great on January 25, 2020, 10:00:31 amLet me guess, the 2008 D40LF are going to retire to. Just retire every D40 or DE40LF you have SEPTA. Keep one of them as a holiday bus. That will make me happy
Quote from: Jonathan the great on January 27, 2020, 06:30:55 pmOh good. I still got a chance to ride them. I may come ride SEPTA\s DE40LFs as there's only one DE40LF in Seattle that is running and it;s really hard to find what route it's running on. I may come there for the old buses if any are still around