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Thread: On A Rattlesnake Speedway In The Utah Desert

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    Default On A Rattlesnake Speedway In The Utah Desert

    Just one of those routes you come back to every so often because it is so much fun to run. Short & sweet but detailed so beautiful.

    Route: Rattlesnake Desert v1.1 (Available here @ Trainsim.com) Stock: SLI / TS












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    ....I pick up my consist and head back into town.... or something like that??

    Very nice shots Mark. First time I've heard of this route so will have to check it out now.
    Cheers!
    Pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by ossie View Post
    ....I pick up my consist and head back into town.... or something like that??

    Very nice shots Mark. First time I've heard of this route so will have to check it out now.
    If there was anyone on this forum that would get that thread title, I knew you would Peter . It is a great little route, very detailed for a short desert route (Only 30+ miles long). Reminds me of the area outside Tucson, AZ when I lived there in the late 1990's.
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    The Snake has always been a fun route.
    rs.JPG
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiball 3985 View Post
    The Snake has always been a fun route.
    I agree Jim. Still one of my favorites to run my western roads on.
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    Nice shot Jim. I am happy to hear that people are still running this route that Tom and I created years ago.

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