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    Default Burger Engine Works

    Anyone know if Bernard of Burger Engine Works (BEW) ever made any
    ATSF or CSX reskins for the SLI:

    2 Bay Hopper
    and
    3 Bay Centreflow Hopper

    Cannot find any in the library.

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    Hi Rick

    never did either of those in ATSF or CSX, the only CSX set i did was a PS2 set on Ted's shape

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    Thanks for the reply Bernard, time to get the paint brush out!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick-MONON View Post
    Thanks for the reply Bernard, time to get the paint brush out!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Firstly you missed these Rick?
    3baypak3.zip

    Secondly SLI have done 3 bay hoppers in a number of packs but the only one I seem to have is part of the Scenic Sub Route Trainset?

    They did this set https://www.trainsimulations.net/Pro...S_FREIGHT.html which has 2 types of 3 bay and a 2 bay hopper ....but my interest was drawn more and more to earlier stock so I never got round to buying that.

    If it's an SLI reskin you're after we really need to know the exact models because SLI's ,aces differed quite a bit from pack to pack (as I'm sure you're aware?).

    I played around with some brown BNSF reskins a few years back but I'm not sure of the base model any longer as I've been forced to transfer stuff on to new drives and indeed a new box when M$ forced us all to upgrade to Windows 10.

    BTW Ben's model is really good so might be a better base than an SLI payware model if the pack above doesn't have exactly what you had in mind?
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    Thanks Geoff

    But those are the ones I am trying to replace...............

    I found some SLI reskin packs and made a ATSF, BNSF and NS, just not happy with the colors of the ATSF and BNSF..


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    think I got it now



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    Nice job Rick, but ure confusing the PC and PRR era with a BNSF? LOL
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    I had them all lined up in one consist to check them, and yeah, they sure looked just wrong together...............lol

    Next the 2 bay Trinitys get an upgrade............
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    Rick, to my eyes the Santa Fe hopper could benefit from a little less saturation and the lettering a little more white (in similar circumstances I make two copies of the lettering each with different effects - usually I use "pin light" on the top to put the white back in when the overlay comes out too colored). But I'm not looking at the original prototype documentation.
    Christopher

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    Crazy, I had the same thought....
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