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Thread: Southern railroad in the 1980s

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    Default Southern railroad in the 1980s

    Southern SD45 3119 leads a manifest in north Carolina.
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    Nice shots. Are those Paul Fowler's units?

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    You know, for all the complaining you do about vendors not putting out anything new, you sure do seem to get your hands on a lot of good looking, unavailable content LOL!
    -Mike

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    Those Southern units were available for a long time. No longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conductorchris View Post
    Those Southern units were available for a long time. No longer.
    GMOSimulations is still available. The home page is the only part that's not available

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    How so? I'd love to get those SR units; wish I'd done it earlier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyboy99 View Post
    GMOSimulations is still available. The home page is the only part that's not available
    Perhaps you could tell the rest of us how??
    I'm like an old SD9; It Growls, Howls & squeaks...but it will run forever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mword77 View Post
    You know, for all the complaining you do about vendors not putting out anything new, you sure do seem to get your hands on a lot of good looking, unavailable content LOL!
    That's because I pay someone who is very good at what they do to build what I need providing they have the time. If I had waited around on the vendors, I would have given up years ago!

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    Although I have a few of Paul Fowlers old sets, I was not aware that he did any Southern sets. Does anyone know if they are still available?

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    No they are not.
    I'm like an old SD9; It Growls, Howls & squeaks...but it will run forever!

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