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  • rdayt
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    You need to use an image hosting service like imgur.

    Randy

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  • Melkor
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    Beautiful Shay locomotive downloaded from this site (MSP Shays), has a unique mostly-accurate sound and I smiled when I turned to the left and saw my fireman I've been driving this one a lot, you see some of 3DTS' Donner pass in the background, not sure why I can't make the image larger. EDIT: Thanks rdayt!








    Not completely accurate but a unique and fun to observe mechanism https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shay_locomotive
    Last edited by Melkor; 10-12-2023, 04:45 PM.

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  • CSRX
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    Originally posted by Unoriginal View Post

    Now I ain't really into fictional stuff, but your stuff always seems to catch my eye. Great work on those units!
    Thanks. Growing up with Iron Roads owning the Bangor & Aroostook, Canadian American, Iowa Northern, and a couple of others, I was always inspired by the CP Script knock off paint job they had, so I made it my own with a few changes. Ironically enough, Iron Roads did own a railroad that operated between Windsor and Hantsport in the 90's.

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  • Unoriginal
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    Originally posted by CSRX View Post
    On a crisp fall morning, Kentville & Eastern's KVWJ job is seen departing Kentville Yard, with a pair of TM units separating a set of GP40M-2's. KERC is currently experimenting with the schemes on the TM's at the moment. Nothing has been officially decided.
    Now I ain't really into fictional stuff, but your stuff always seems to catch my eye. Great work on those units!

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  • CSRX
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    BF3? I recall a lot more destruction, tanks, and guns on Battlefield 3.

    Nah, very excellent photos Neil! You are a scientist when it comes to route mods!

    I'd be very curious what you could pull off on the two routes I am building, if I ever do manage to send them out to people. haha.

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  • bertwise
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    Wow! Just Wow!

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  • qballbandit
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    2 days on the BF3..

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  • RobGuru
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    NS 1016

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  • chilla
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    Just another day on the Funnel.

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  • CSRX
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    Heritage

    Last edited by CSRX; 10-08-2023, 02:17 PM.

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  • CSRX
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    The FJ&G borrows a GP11 from sister company KERC, as the local heads to Gloversville to do it's M-W-F switch job.

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  • ZachBell4400
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    Originally posted by magmateus View Post

    I love this screenshot!
    Thank you.
    Mateus
    You're welcome. The radii of the headlights and ditchlights were set at 0.6 initially, but for this occasion, this gets a 1.8 radius.To mimic bright ray of light in the rain.

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  • CSRX
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    On a crisp fall morning, Kentville & Eastern's KVWJ job is seen departing Kentville Yard, with a pair of TM units separating a set of GP40M-2's. KERC is currently experimenting with the schemes on the TM's at the moment. Nothing has been officially decided.

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  • magmateus
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    Originally posted by ZachBell4400 View Post
    Morning thunder - the H-SUPNTW behind three different EMD models - SD40-2, GP60 and SD60M at Hinckley, MN.
    I love this screenshot!
    Thank you.
    Mateus

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  • ZachBell4400
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    Morning thunder - the H-SUPNTW behind three different EMD models - SD40-2, GP60 and SD60M at Hinckley, MN.

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