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Thread: Various Screenshots with no particular theme... Part 2020

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    Default Various Screenshots with no particular theme... Part 2020

    Everyone needs to follow the guidelines, starting with what's been in place for years and years :

    https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/showth...sting-tutorial!)

    Summarized for those with shorter attention spans:

    • If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all
    • If you have something you're not supposed to have in the first place, don't post pictures of it
    • Post the name of the route and whose equipment you're showing off -- that eliminates 90% of the comments


    If you still feel the urge to be ultra-critical, feel free to use PM's or post to a site like Facebook where that type of activity is more welcome.

    Those who can't follow the spirit and intent of these three simple rules may find themselves facing a one-week penalty application of the brakes...

    Also, as with all threads in the screen shot forum, comments and posts without photos are subject to removal at some point in the future.

    Rules for this thread:

    • Feel free to post ANY screenshots related to this thread (Routes, locos, stocks, etc.).


    Previous thread: https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/showth...r-theme-Part-3

    Enjoy, and be safe!
    Last edited by eolesen; 12-11-2019 at 04:41 AM.

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    A couple of spots along the Cima Sub as the rainstorm moves through the area until I got to CA/NV state line...That's when trouble started.

    Regards,

    -Frank C.



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    Did you have the sim set to "winter"? Usually desert-based routes will have a set of winter textures that are identical to summer textures, versions of said textures with a white overlay, or none at all, as it's a given that the route's terrain will look the same throughout the entire year.

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    Westbound 21M rounding the Curve.


    If 4000-4001 are called "Sonic Bonnets," would 4002-4003 be called "Shadow Bonnets?"
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    Default EFOM-minas west railway brazil

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    I'm always leery about posting night shots, being unsure how they'll turn out once uploaded. They always look great on my system, but not as much after I post them.


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    Here at home, in the railroad mayhem capital of the world.

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    Taking a break from working on the BCL redo this snowy, wet Sunday in NJ to hone on my steam driving skills (They really need it). Here we have the L&HR (With Scott Brunner's beautiful LHR Consolidation) switching out some cars with the Erie at Greycourt, NY on a snowy late afternoon in 1947. By the time the LHR makes it to Easton, PA & the Erie makes it to Croxton in NJ, it will be dark & the snow will be a foot deeper.

    Motive Power / Rolling Stock: T-S / ET Download Libraries, BLW/ZT
    Route: Richard Shirey's Great 1940's L&HR Route


    The L&HR crew talking with the engineer of L&HR #90 getting ready to uncouple their setoff to the Erie on a snowy late afternoon in Greycourt, NY


    Frozen switches & switch machines are causing havoc in the small yard at Greycourt.


    The crew of the Erie train are ready to tie it all together despite the snow.


    A couple of Erie crewmen talking over that they heard the snow is really getting deep from Harriman heading east.


    The last Erie commuter of the day from Port Jervis to the Erie's Pavonia Avenue terminal In Jersey City passes by the Greycourt station & yard. The K2B with the string of Stillwells is running about 25 minute behind due to the weather.


    An Erie fireman telling the engineer of the Erie's big K5 that it is going to be a long evening heading to Croxton.



    Enjoy....
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    Mark, Are those Stillwell coaches available anyplace?

    Robert

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    Quote Originally Posted by NW 2156 View Post
    Mark, Are those Stillwell coaches available anyplace?

    Robert
    I've also been enjoying seeing characters interacting with trains lately.
    Very good work MMSS !!
    !!
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