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    Love the former WM, L&N and SCL GP40's. Nice to...

    Love the former WM, L&N and SCL GP40's. Nice to see more repaints of Jan's models.
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    Sounds like I'm not the only one who's having to...

    Sounds like I'm not the only one who's having to do those Captchas.

    They're annoying, end of story.
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    These L&N SD40's will look great on the Monon....

    These L&N SD40's will look great on the Monon. Looking forward to what other roadnames you'll have in store for us, Tyler.
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    It's about time Amtrak rolled out a Pepsi Can...

    It's about time Amtrak rolled out a Pepsi Can heritage unit. Such an underrated paint scheme.
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    This appears to be some sort of industrial...

    This appears to be some sort of industrial switcher, possibly some kind of shop-built creation. With a locomotive this small, I would assume it's a private owner.
  6. Thread: NWL 7 Project

    by Orbita
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    Rory, I have to hand it to you, this route really...

    Rory, I have to hand it to you, this route really takes the cake when it comes to realism! Count me in too. I've seen your screenshots on your Flickr. I'm blown away by the work done in the Korimer...
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    You can certainly use Newroads with Scalerail....

    You can certainly use Newroads with Scalerail. There have been routes in the past that have done it. I recommend sticking with Scaleroads, since it looks better.

    Good to see another SP route in...
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    Herzog's got a similar one, referred to as an MPM...

    Herzog's got a similar one, referred to as an MPM or multipurpose machine. I've seen one of these on the NS Chicago Line a few times in the past, but never seen one in action.
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    The first unit is a Baldwin DT-6-6-2000, a 2000...

    The first unit is a Baldwin DT-6-6-2000, a 2000 hp diesel switcher built for Trona in April 1949. There were only two of them numbered 50-51. The second unit is a Baldwin AS-616, a 1600hp diesel...
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    Robert, I found this decal set for the water...

    Robert,

    I found this decal set for the water tenders 809 and 814.
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  11. This is the kind of stuff that can help activity...

    This is the kind of stuff that can help activity creators in the long run, from developing prototypical consists to creating realistic switching work orders. Good starting point here!
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    I would love to see some GE U-Boats from BLW....

    I would love to see some GE U-Boats from BLW. Preferably U25B's and U50's. I'd also love to see a 1960's version of the Surfliner 2 route, back when Taylor Yard was still around.
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    That looks amazing! Reminds me of the one KCS did...

    That looks amazing! Reminds me of the one KCS did a few years back.
  14. Sankara, To answer your question, it's...

    Sankara,

    To answer your question, it's basically the same, but it appears that the locomotives are different. It now has 2 BNSF Dash 9's, instead of the GEVOs that were in the earlier version. The...
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    Just remember to back up your project constantly....

    Just remember to back up your project constantly. Like every other editor that came with MSTS, it can be very difficult to work with at times.
  16. Thread: NEC in progress

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    These could be useful. A lot of the charts I was...

    These could be useful. A lot of the charts I was able to find for Zoo/Sunnyside were all PRR-era.

    This link below has a more modern diagram of Zoo.
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    This is really coming along, Cade. Glad to see...

    This is really coming along, Cade. Glad to see some more progress shots!
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