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  1. #1
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    Default The Standard Railroad of the world

    A loaded coal train heading east from Gallitzin........

    Route - PRR Eastern Region

    Power - Valleypass PRR Freight set - AF30's and AF25's

    First, approaching Tunnel Hill







    Then at the foot of The Slide




    And the view from the cab


    onen hag oll!

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    I was too slow to get the head end at the curve!



    A Couple more coming down the hill





    And one showing Alcos doing what they do best.



    What the photos don't show is how good they sound, too.

    Rob.
    onen hag oll!

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    Love that curve!

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    Default Why?

    Hi all
    Why,that is what i would like too know.
    Why post pics of this route when we can'i get hold of it.The pics show what a good route this is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bazjak View Post
    Hi all
    Why,that is what i would like too know.
    Why post pics of this route when we can'i get hold of it.The pics show what a good route this is.
    If you only knew how ridiculous you sound for saying that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snootnose View Post
    If you only knew how ridiculous you sound for saying that.
    Hi Snootnose
    Please explain why i am ridiculous in saying that?
    The fact remains that it is not being released.
    Baz UK

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    Hello Baz,
    Did you try sending an email to Dave Edwards "bnsf6081(at)comcast(dot)net" to see if you could be added to the beta tester's list?

    Rich S.

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    Hi Richard
    Thanks for the reply
    Thanks for the info,will do that.I hope that you did not think that i was "ridiculous"in saying what i said.
    Thanks again.
    Baz UK

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    I said that because no one is suppose to share their work or what they have just because you don't have access to it?

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    A note on the screen shots;

    West of the tunnel, the route is done in the default scenery. East of the tunnel the scenery has been vastly upgraded with telegraph poles, trackside brush, and lots of forest.

    12 wire telegraph poles are the default but have been upgraded with more prototypical 60 wire ones that actually use fewer polys.

    The route continues to evolve with the default rockface terrtex along the Port Road being upgraded with large rugged rock outcroppings.
    Last edited by rpicardi1; 12-01-2008 at 01:00 PM.


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