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Thread: Fonda Johnstown and Gloversville v2

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    Default Fonda Johnstown and Gloversville v2

    I'm starting to make activities for the FJ&Gv2. These are screenshots from the second activity, a Tuesday run to the end of the line in Broadalbin which they only service on Tuesdays and Thurdays. The other three days a week they only fo as far as the new Coleco plant at about mile post 13.

    After picking up the cars Conrail left at the interchange in Fonda, 21 heads north to Johnstown to services a few customers.



    Most hide traffic on the FJ&G now ends up on the team track in Johnstown where it's off loaded by hand onto trucks.



    21 arrives in Gloversville where it will spot a couple of cars for customers and pick up an empty all-door boxcar for Martin Lumber in Broadalbin.



    After spotting a covered hopper at Coleco the crew heads to Broadalbin with two cars.



    21 switching Broadalbin.



    Heading back to Gloversville with a load of lumber from Martin Lumber and an empty covered hopper from Coleco.



    After making up the train in Gloversville the crew heads south.



    Last pickup is an empty tankcar in Johnstown.



    21 approaches the Route 5 crossing as they enter Fonda.



    With the cars dropped at the east end of the Fonda yard for Conrail, the crew returns to the enginehouse.



    Paul :-)

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    Nice, very nice Paul. Just downloaded and installed the route. Worked like a charm. Now to run a few activities.
    Chris
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    Hi Chris,

    You've downloaded the original version, it's set in 1957. These were taken from "v2" that I've been working on for the last year or so. Still making activities for it, and finishing off some loose ends. Still might be a couple of months... but, the original route is still worth the time to run.

    Paul :-)

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    Thanks for the heads up. It's easy to make a few simple activities.
    Chris
    "True rail fans have two favorite railroads. The B&O and one other."

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