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    Default For those of you who are into Mullan Pass.........

    This video provides some worthy reference:

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    Very informative! Many thanks..
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    Agreed, informative...much appreciated. Be well, seagoon. Enjoy Run8 ( I Love those 3D cabs ).
    Cheers, Gerry
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    What a cool video that makes running the pass more prototypical
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    7Idea Productions has a great 2 part DVD/Blu Ray on the MRL. Part 2 covers Helena-Sandpoint ID but Part 1 is great as well with the climb up Bozeman Pass

    Link with the video preview
    https://www.7ideaproductions.com/sho...na-rail-link-2

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    My pleasure, lads.

    Funny...when I saw the thumbnail on YT I thought it was a screenie from Open Rails!
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    Brought Mullen Pass during the sale they just had. Starting to learn the keyboard all over again with the Bonner Switching session. The last route I brought during a sale was the CN Ruel Subdivision and I really enjoyed that. Would like to see TrainSimulations concentrate on doing more routes based between 1970-1996. They have done a Rock Island trainset, now we just need some more locomotives etc and a route for that period.

    Originally Posted by spoony1999

    7Idea Productions has a great 2 part DVD/Blu Ray on the MRL. Part 2 covers Helena-Sandpoint ID but Part 1 is great as well with the climb up Bozeman Pass
    Have bought several of their BNSF Blu Ray videos which are good quality so I might look at getting the MRL as well.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by WesternDivision View Post
    Brought Mullen Pass during the sale they just had. Starting to learn the keyboard all over again with the Bonner Switching session. The last route I brought during a sale was the CN Ruel Subdivision and I really enjoyed that. Would like to see TrainSimulations concentrate on doing more routes based between 1970-1996. They have done a Rock Island trainset, now we just need some more locomotives etc and a route for that period.



    Have bought several of their BNSF Blu Ray videos which are good quality so I might look at getting the MRL as well.

    Cheers
    James
    I would get a lot of my videos at Train Video Depot, the price is cheaper and the shipping might be free

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    This is the kind of stuff that can help activity creators in the long run, from developing prototypical consists to creating realistic switching work orders. Good starting point here!
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    I wouldn't mind having a go at replicating this for OR but have no idea how to get MS Activity Editor to "see" the TrainSimulations installation.

    (Yep...I know that there is already such an Activity but wouldn't mind having a go at doing something along those lines).
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