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    Quote Originally Posted by ebnertra000 View Post
    You trying to tell me something? I guess I'm interested, but I might have to hunt down some detailed pictures, unless you have some good ones
    Quote Originally Posted by tie View Post
    Freddy came with the SLI CN products I bought. They look great imo.
    Quote Originally Posted by ebnertra000 View Post
    He's probably referring more to things like flags or other markers that aren't a full-blown FRED. Those are, to some extent, lacking

    I know SLI has one, as does DW, but they are becoming a bit dated. There is currently no "light version" of an EOT, air powered 5 pound markers. There are a few of those laying around I can get pictures of. Also there are the red plastic outlined battery and air powered markers. We have one laying around as well I can get pictures of. There is the lack of a true old school battery operated marker, again there is one laying around I can get pics of.

    As for the flags, I redid the textures with a true red flag, and it looks fairly good. Maybe I can put together a pack of these and release them, or submit the images to folks like SLI or DW and let them go from there.
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    Originally posted by CSRX -
    Maybe I can put together a pack of these and release them, or submit the images to folks like SLI or DW and let them go from there.
    I don't mind little projects like this. I did try to make a fictional one a bit ago, and it worked, except it stuck off the last car about five or six feet. That was an easy fix, though. I myself could use some not-so-smart FREDs, so it would give me an opportunity to address that

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    Eric Cantu did one, though not sure where I got it, or what it was packaged with, but it is quite nice. Do you have, or have you seen this one?Image_2017-06-02 0944.55.240.jpgImage_2017-06-02 0944.59.837.jpgImage_2017-06-02 0945.03.170.jpg
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    Neil,

    Those came with his updates to the default US2 freight cars. In fact, unless you've moved it, it should still be in the US2 cement car folder. I use it, but I think we may be talking about a simpler version of one of those.

    Might I also suggest, that if there's going to be a good bit of discussion on this, perhaps a new thread is in order. This is, after all, the screenshot section

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    Neil, that is exactly like the one from DW. I made two of them based off the DW model, VTR 97090 and VTR 97091, of course for personal use. I will snag some pictures today and show you guys what I am meaning about the various types. It's rather hard to explain without photos.


    As for a new subject. Done.
    https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/showth...lags&p=1918018
    Last edited by CSRX; 06-02-2017 at 11:05 AM.
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    I use the DW one all the time. Seems to just "Be There" and causes no issues.

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    Hi,

    Brick works near Port Murray

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    Plane 5 West on the right, berm of the Easton and Washington Traction Port Murray branch on the left.

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    More LC&N anthracite headed to New York City going up plane 5 West.

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    Overview looking back towards Washington, NJ.

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    Iron furnace near Hackettstown.

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    Guilford action on the "Rumford Branch" using the DAR route as a stand in, with 306 taking point, followed by 333 and 345.

    (Locomotives by Me, Freight cars found in the library here.)











    Also a little CEFX action on the LSRC route, pair of CEFX units take charge of 45 loaded Silica Sand hopper.
    (Locomotives by SLI, freight by Tiger Trains/Toronto Mainline Productions)



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