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    Trainsimulations products recharged my interest in Open Rails and along with Reshader the sim has taken on a whole new life.

    Looking forward to Shasta.
    IBM XT i386; 512Kb RAM; 5.25" FDD; 1.4Mb FDD; 5Mb HDD; VGA 256-colour graphics card; AdLib soundcard; DR DOS 6.0; Windows 3.0

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    >Hope that makes sense, feel free to PM me any other physics questions you have.

    Thanks Sean, that makes a lot of sense.
    I always run the latest unstable and 100% and have not had a problem.
    Cheers
    Derek

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    A Western Railroad, in the 1990s? I'm saving up some cash from my new job building a online store to buy this.

    This is probably the best news I've heard all day! Thank you Sean. This will be a must-buy, and it's looking great so far. What you've said in the description are my favorite parts of 90s era Western Railroading.

    Give us more! Need to finish locomotive upgrade for Cascades Crossing.
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    Parker B. - A Misplaced Midwesterner.
    Also known as Mr. Two Bits and Mr. Squarewheels.

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    Sean, you inspired me to start working on my routes again. Even though Mullan crashes a lot because my computer isn't the best at crunching the game correctly, I still enjoy it very much, and it's hard to go back to any route older.

    Looking forward to this, especially the continuation from Klamath Falls. Now I can run an SP train from Eugune straight through onto this up and coming route!
    https://i.imgur.com/LPZNEX4.png

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    A few recent screenshots from one of the lava flow sections of the route. This is the Lava Park Flow (sometimes called Upper Devil's Garden), between Hotlum and Bolam. Still some work to do with adding a bit more detailed vegetation and maybe selectively higher-res terrain textures close to the track, but I am pretty pleased with the results so far.

    Open Rails 2020-08-07 01-17-17 by Sean Kelly, on Flickr

    Open Rails 2020-08-07 01-23-17 by Sean Kelly, on Flickr

    Open Rails 2020-08-07 01-24-26 by Sean Kelly, on Flickr

    Open Rails 2020-08-07 01-26-50 by Sean Kelly, on Flickr

    Open Rails 2020-08-07 01-27-52 by Sean Kelly, on Flickr

    Open Rails 2020-08-07 01-33-22 by Sean Kelly, on Flickr

    Open Rails 2020-08-07 01-34-26 by Sean Kelly, on Flickr

    Open Rails 2020-08-07 01-35-43 by Sean Kelly, on Flickr
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    Can't wait for this.

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    If this route is anything like Mullan in detail, quality, and authenticity, it will be another winner!

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    beautiful - and interesting terrain

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    Looking good Sean!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwhall View Post
    If this route is anything like Mullan in detail, quality, and authenticity, it will be another winner!
    Took the words right out of my mouth.

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