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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    ... the graphics are a bit on the primitive side.
    That's one of the things I like about it.
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    RDR 2 is western themed Scott and had rave reviews. But i find it repetitive and boring.

    Bruce, you are Australian. Primitive is your middle name.

    Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    RDR 2 is western themed Scott and had rave reviews. But i find it repetitive and boring.

    Bruce, you are Australian. Primitive is your middle name.

    Mike.
    Damned Vern,
    Caused me to scratch this morn, touch of the O'l brain gas here. For the life of me RDR just wouldn't click. Finally the switch went on..lol.
    Anyways, on another note, just for ha ha's I clicked the link I'd provided yesterday, took me to different area/snapshot. So I'm going to just add the snapshot I was hoping you may enjoy/see referencing the map overlays for the table tops during creation time. Honestly, I got to looking at it, looks like the same style images used in another game TrainPlayer, I believe was called.

    1551868719_trjytyrk.jpg

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    It was my post you quoted Scott, not Vern's buddy.

    Good info in the piccies though.

    Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    It was my post you quoted Scott, not Vern's buddy.

    Good info in the piccies though.

    Mike.
    Sorry there Mike, no disrespect intended.
    See what a touch of the O'l brain gas (fart) will do to ya.

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    Not a problem at all Scott. Certainly didn't take it as any sort of disrespect buddy.

    I must stop posting in this thread. As the game is only £15 i could get tempted.

    Mike.
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    A request of Mr. SMRY......

    Any chance that you could model one of these (or several with different numbers) of these for me please?

    http://www.trainman.id.au/photos/nsw/electric/46class/
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    Aggggggggghhhhhhhhh thought it was something really good, not a lecky.

    Like this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_So...ass_locomotive

    Or this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_So...ass_locomotive
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    Mike, I'm after an electric - preferably the 46 Class - because they were on almost every coal train that I saw when I lived in the Blue Mts. (1976 - 1984).
    They were superceded by these.....
    http://www.trainman.id.au/photos/nsw/electric/85class/

    and these.....
    http://www.trainman.id.au/photos/nsw/electric/86class/

    The electrics were tossed aside in favour of diesels because of the cost of electricity, I believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    A request of Mr. SMRY......

    Any chance that you could model one of these (or several with different numbers) of these for me please?

    http://www.trainman.id.au/photos/nsw/electric/46class/
    I'm not too well versed in non-North-American equip. Perhaps some of the units already in Rolling Line come close that we could build upon. I'll still try a scratch-built alongside see how things go. Can't say for sure, but, give it a go.

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