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  1. #1
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    Default FBLshots

    Texas & Pacific west of Pecos with a local freight, BNSF with a grain train out in New Mexico, and BNSF with stacks on the Arizona main.

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    More shots from version 2 - great route!!! Awesome!!!! Wow even a launch pad with rocket.... Michael

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    Nice shots guys!...and now a couple of my own,featuring John's new Conrail sd40-2's.Nice route Bjoern!!!

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    Here are a few more. Thanks for the trouble free route. Nice job!!
    Bob

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    georgi55_unactivatedcrap2 Guest

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    Looks like toy.

    Georgi the Loser

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    I disagree, looks very realistic to me. Maybe you have never been to Pecos Georgi??
    My opinion, all this route needs is the T&P E units on a hot passenger train.
    Bob

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    Just ignore him Bob, he's an idiot.

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    OK, here is an SD60 leased for work on a coil train out West.

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    geekman Guest

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    Great shots,Plainsman,

    I'm curious. On the 3rd shot, with the red and silver SF warbonnets on the head end of your consist, there appears to be a sun flare above the lead cab, kinda like what I used to get through the lens of my 35mm at times.

    Are you willing to share how you did this? I'd like to know. It's a great effect.

    Nice work -

    Larry

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    This route looks magnificent! I am not familiar with this area but shots look very realistic.

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