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Thread: Steam Train Thread

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    Default Steam Train Thread

    Let's make sure the boiler has enough water, shove in a little bit of coal and let's fire up those fireboxes!!









    Sean Summer
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    Steam gives me that "ERIE" kind of feeling inside.

    Taking the Jersey City Viaduct out of the Pavonia Terminal.


    Crossing the "HX" Drawbridge into East Rutherford, NJ.
    I guess time to rework my spare time priorities now.... - Mark -

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    My kind of thread!
    "Great expectations lead to greater disappointments." - Me

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    EM1 Coal Drag on the Cumberland, in the cold early hours of a harsh winter day....

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    Steam in Open rail..

    For full resolution, right click and show picture:













    Regards Claus

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamcatcher1962 View Post
    Steam in Open rail..

    For full resolution, right click and show picture:













    Regards Claus
    Wow! That looks amazing!!
    Sean Summer
    CEO of Blue Ridge Mountains Machine works.

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    I'm still amazed this model was actually made.


    Wish we had some decent steam turbine sounds.
    "Great expectations lead to greater disappointments." - Me

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    Where did the beautiful Pennsy locomotive come from?

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    The Pennsylvania Railroad S2 6200 is available here:

    http://www.elvastower.com/forums/ind...lroad-s2-6200/

    A beautiful model made by Nicolas Schou « nicolas-s » .

    Additional screenshots of the black version:

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    Regards Claus

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    Wow! It really shows what is possible in ORTS, I love it.
    Sean Summer
    CEO of Blue Ridge Mountains Machine works.

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