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    Blackfoot V1 Test Run

    Well, I ran a train from Viterra to uptown Vermilion, Alberta and took some screens. A way to go yet before its done.
    OR-Verm20 by CN Edmonton, on Flickr

    OR-Verm23 by CN Edmonton, on Flickr

    OR-Verm22 by CN Edmonton, on Flickr

    OR-Verm21 by CN Edmonton, on Flickr
    Last edited by tie; 11-14-2016, 11:41 AM.
    Rory

    #2
    Outstanding, Rory!
    Neil

    Chicago Railroading Fan

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      #3
      I know I've posted this before - deserves to be said again - what an excellent job, really first rate.
      Cheers, Gerry
      "A mind is like a parachute. It doesn't work if it is not open." Frank Zappa
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        #4
        Thanks Neil and Gerry I actually set the field of view to 4500m, so in places it gets a little choppy.
        Rory

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          #5
          Absolutely fabulous. It really captures the "feel" of the Great Plains of Canada and the US. Now, if OpenRails could just come up with big thunderhead weather to roll across that landscape, it would be the whole enchilada . . .

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            #6
            Excellent---Fabulous---Realism PLUS!!!

            Mere words cannot describe what I am seeing!

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              #7
              The grasses are excellent

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                #8
                Originally posted by wwhall View Post
                Absolutely fabulous. It really captures the "feel" of the Great Plains of Canada and the US. Now, if OpenRails could just come up with big thunderhead weather to roll across that landscape, it would be the whole enchilada . . .
                That would be neat to code into the software that's for sure! Until then, we have to work with what we have
                Rory

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