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  • CSRX
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    Not sure what I like more, the simple SP leader, or the Kodachrome trailing. Awesome shots of awesome power!

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  • defect_detector
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    ​Shasta.

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  • cfriedri
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    A few shots of a short CN 303 getting out of Capreol and westward





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  • Unoriginal
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    Diamond.

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  • geepster775
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    pumpkin patch.




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  • CSRX
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    Originally posted by cfriedri View Post

    Ha that brings back some memories - used to cut out the last car instead of just the EOT hoping that the brake pipe would hold the air long enough for the junky ones to "catch up".
    I remember one time, I did just that, waited a full minute and it didn't do anything. So I was like, okay well, I'll slowly open up the air and see what it does. Still nothing. Okay, I guess you are good to go if you are.good with it. Soon as they started moving, the marker finally came to and dumped the whole train. 🤦

    I swapped markers and tossed that one in the pile of "needs fixing" haha.

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  • cfriedri
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    Originally posted by CSRX View Post

    "Showing armed"
    "Okay dump it"
    "Good test, showing zero"
    "Yep zero here too"

    Probably the best part of the job is seeing if they will test correctly, or dump the whole train because of a massive delay on those old junker EOT's. haha
    Ha that brings back some memories - used to cut out the last car instead of just the EOT hoping that the brake pipe would hold the air long enough for the junky ones to "catch up".

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  • Timbit
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    Activity by Everett Keating CP 112 East CPKC 9375, CP 8888 CP8920 DPU CP 9802
    Thanks for looking
    Tim

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  • jbtower
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    Originally posted by qballbandit View Post
    EOT tested and active; waiting for air to charge.

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    Just another summer day in the midwest Neil you can feel it in this one for sure!!!!

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  • CSRX
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    Originally posted by qballbandit View Post
    EOT tested and active; waiting for air to charge.
    "Showing armed"
    "Okay dump it"
    "Good test, showing zero"
    "Yep zero here too"

    Probably the best part of the job is seeing if they will test correctly, or dump the whole train because of a massive delay on those old junker EOT's. haha

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  • qballbandit
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    EOT tested and active; waiting for air to charge.

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  • BurlingtonNorthern11
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    Originally posted by wwhall View Post
    Those AC's all look nice. They look to be repaints of Nash Welch locos. Any chance of those being shared?--they are such nice work. Thanks.
    I have plans to release the SP, and SP Patched units, however I am unable to contact Nash so I'm unsure if I could release them. There's about 5 patched units and 8 unpatched units.

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  • CSRX
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    Originally posted by wwhall View Post
    Those AC's all look nice. They look to be repaints of Nash Welch locos. Any chance of those being shared?--they are such nice work. Thanks.
    ​The one in my recent screenshots, is currently being tested out. It's a Nash Gallo model, and a Brody Wyrick repaint, but I'm uncertain whether or not it will be a public release. Hopefully it will be as it is a great model and a great paint job!



    Originally posted by Curt C View Post
    Shawn - Thanks so much for your recent well car/container uploads; appreciate your work. They look excellent! Love the weathering.
    Thanks for the kind words, though I admit, I rushed this out the door before I made the total package larger than it needed to be. With that said, there are some oversights on the paint work I need to adjust and fix, and eventually would like to swap it all over to .DDS textures versus .ace.

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  • Curt C
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    Shawn - Thanks so much for your recent well car/container uploads; appreciate your work. They look excellent! Love the weathering.

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  • wwhall
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    Those AC's all look nice. They look to be repaints of Nash Welch locos. Any chance of those being shared?--they are such nice work. Thanks.

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