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    Just as a reminder to fellow Train Simmers:

    This post does not necessarily have to be on the NS only. It also relate to the fallen flags that formed into this company including the following...

    SOU, N&W, CofG, S&A, INT, PRR, LV, CR (NS or CSX Merger), and many others involved!! This includes the heritage units. You have any, POST THEM!!


    Keep posting pix and comments, and keep them high on the rails!!! Have a good day!!
    Don Newman, Jr.

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    We're just outside of Bluefield, WV as Norfolk Southern Heritage Unit No. 8103 tackles the tough downhill decent on the Pocahontas Division.

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    While taking a one-week hiatus out of town, here are some N&Ws in action in their J-Class Schemes and previously unassigned (NOW FICTIONAL) road numbers.

    A special thanks goes to Mike Demuth for the textures to these locomotives.

    Enjoy!!

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    Last edited by dnewmanjr; 12-27-2013 at 12:19 AM.
    Don Newman, Jr.

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    A few more pix featuring the N&Ws. Enjoy!!


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    Don Newman, Jr.

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    Those really look sharp. NS should take the hint!
    Steve Burr, PE - Clinton, MD
    Southern Serves the South

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    Quote Originally Posted by sburr View Post
    Those really look sharp. NS should take the hint!
    Thanks Steve.

    The SD70ACEs will be next to be re-numbered. Those textures are also done by Mike Demuth, and all I've done were outfitted them on newer NS SD70ACE shapes from the Horseshoe Pack. Stay tuned!!
    Don Newman, Jr.

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    LONG OVERDUE!!

    After being away for a while, I had these units on the back burner for TOO Long, here's the result:

    Using the SD70M Phase II shape from the Horseshoe Curve Set, four NS units (Re-numbered and wheels nip-tucked) pulling more than 85 cars on the NCRR line. Enjoy!!






    Don Newman, Jr.

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    Looks good Don! Always looking for more NS to add to my stable of NS Power.
    Steve Burr, PE - Clinton, MD
    Southern Serves the South

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    Thanks, Steve!!
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    ROUTE: Norfolk Southern NCRR Piedmont
    UNITS: SLI SD70M Phase II ( #2627, 2639, 2592, 2600 )
    CONSISTS: 94-Car Mixed Freight ( All Freeware )




    Enjoy!!
    Don Newman, Jr.

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    Did a certain person asked for Norfolk Southern #2764? If they did, here it is in action!!!

    LOCOMOTIVES: 2 SLI SD70M-2s (rebadged ACEs from SLI's Horseshoe Pack), and 2 SLI SD70M Ph. 2's (also from SLI Horseshoe Pack)
    CONSISTS: 75 MLT & SLI Double stack repaints (90% Freeware)
    ROUTE: Piedmont Corridor (Here @ TS.com)
    LOCATION: Greensboro NC

    Debbie, This one's for you!!!

    Last edited by dnewmanjr; 03-05-2014 at 08:17 AM.
    Don Newman, Jr.

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