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    Modified Seaboard Air Line.






    MK

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      Originally posted by defect_detector View Post
      Modified Seaboard Air Line.






      Hell yeah, lots of fun!

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        I feel like most people have stopped sharing their work, simply for the fact of, not much appreciation is shown these days, especially with the amount of time many take out of their busy lives, in order to do such work. A lot of folks turned away too because of the amount of gimmie pigs that showed up here in the forums. Most of which just want want want, but showed little to no contribution themselves.

        Taking a step back from releasing or doing anything in general, I have definitely noticed this trend more than I did when I released and did anything in general.

        Personally, I've noticed it's a lot easier to just work on stuff and release to a small circle of folks, that show their appreciation, or even help in general with research or contributing things themselves, and I completely understand why many do just this.
        Last edited by CSRX; 09-26-2023, 08:04 AM.
        -Shawn K-
        Derby Rail Shops
        Maine Central Mountain Division: 20% Track, 10% Scenery.

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          Originally posted by defect_detector View Post
          Modified Seaboard Air Line.






          Great route modifications. Gets me in the mood to run some florida east coast! (except I don't know what I can run and where I can run them at).

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            Originally posted by CSRX View Post
            I feel like most people have stopped sharing their work, simply for the fact of, not much appreciation is shown these days, especially with the amount of time many take out of their busy lives, in order to do such work. A lot of folks turned away too because of the amount of gimmie pigs that showed up here in the forums. Most of which just want want want, but showed little to no contribution themselves.

            Taking a step back from releasing or doing anything in general, I have definitely noticed this trend more than I did when I released and did anything in general.

            Personally, I've noticed it's a lot easier to just work on stuff and release to a small circle of folks, that show their appreciation, or even help in general with research or contributing things themselves, and I completely understand why many do just this.
            I, for one, very much appreciate the efforts of talented creators--creators that have talents that I sadly lack. One of the few ways that many people have to contribute, other than saying thank you, is a monetary contribution, but there are not very many good avenues to do that, even if, for example, to be able to make a monetary contribution to a charity of the creator's choosing if that was an acceptable monetary "thank you." In your case, Shawn, you have made many fine reskins, etc. for the sim and I am quite grateful. Please accept my heartfelt thanks for your contributions.

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              Originally posted by wwhall View Post

              I, for one, very much appreciate the efforts of talented creators--creators that have talents that I sadly lack. One of the few ways that many people have to contribute, other than saying thank you, is a monetary contribution, but there are not very many good avenues to do that, even if, for example, to be able to make a monetary contribution to a charity of the creator's choosing if that was an acceptable monetary "thank you." In your case, Shawn, you have made many fine reskins, etc. for the sim and I am quite grateful. Please accept my heartfelt thanks for your contributions.
              I mean, don't get me wrong, there are still a good few folks here that do show their appreciation one way or another, and the amount of gimmie pigs have worn off.

              It was just a massive amount that left a bad taste for a lot of people, plus, a lot of those that contributed, have moved onto families or life in general. With the small amount of projects here and there.

              Only reason I stick around is to see what comes next from guys like Sean, Andrew, Chris or Erick. My skills and patience has worn off, so I don't really do much of anything anymore. I can't even really remember the last time I even turned on my computer..
              Last edited by CSRX; 09-26-2023, 11:22 AM.
              -Shawn K-
              Derby Rail Shops
              Maine Central Mountain Division: 20% Track, 10% Scenery.

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                Some fictional spam...









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                  Originally posted by jasonjedi1 View Post
                  Some fictional spam...








                  Noticed that BN unit trailing, and that paint just looks awesome. Is it based on anything real? Or just more fic stuff?

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                    Originally posted by Unoriginal View Post

                    Noticed that BN unit trailing, and that paint just looks awesome. Is it based on anything real? Or just more fic stuff?
                    The CB&Q tried a new experimental scheme right before the Burlington Northern merger. They ordered a GP40 in this scheme which became known as the “hockey stick” scheme. 9 U23C’s and 15 SD45’s followed

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                      Kicking the dust off the Whitefish 4 route. Needs an overall with signals and crossing gates (out of my ability) and the obvious swap to scalerail, depending on how much dynamic track this route uses...

                      It's not the latest from TS, but it's not bad for its age.



                      -Shawn K-
                      Derby Rail Shops
                      Maine Central Mountain Division: 20% Track, 10% Scenery.

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                        Originally posted by spoony1999 View Post

                        The CB&Q tried a new experimental scheme right before the Burlington Northern merger. They ordered a GP40 in this scheme which became known as the “hockey stick” scheme. 9 U23C’s and 15 SD45’s followed
                        Yeah its "heritage" unit for my fictional railroad. Based off the CB&Qs faux BN paint scheme.

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                          Well that’s definitely a nice choice for a heritage livery.

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                            Some early morning fictional stuff on the DAR.





                            -Shawn K-
                            Derby Rail Shops
                            Maine Central Mountain Division: 20% Track, 10% Scenery.

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                              ABBA on the MISLAU.








                              MK

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                                The first signs of the winter getting closer on the higher passes


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