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    On a cold day, CP_SD40-2_5579 and the fictional unit B SD40-2 of CP_SD40-2_5911













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    Making stuff that works, using outdated Software on outdated Hardware.

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    Eddystone.
    Blargen Fladibble Nohip!

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    Kevin Kelleher

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    Hi anderson martins,

    Very interesting CP pictures. Did you build an FA for the snow textures? Very creative.
    Wish I could do that for my plows.
    Neil

    Here at home, in the railroad mayhem capital of the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qballbandit View Post
    Hi anderson martins,

    Very interesting CP pictures. Did you build an FA for the snow textures? Very creative.
    Wish I could do that for my plows.
    Hi Neil!

    They are adapted textures.
    I found it interesting to use in snow driving simulations.
    I saw a photo that inspired me.

    Chimbica Dash8

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    The Chicago and North Western began in 1973 the Falcon Service which consisted of a hotshot dedicated daily TOFC train which left CNW's Canal Street TOFC yard and exchanged with the UP at Belle Plains Iowa. There was a train in each direction east and west which ran 7 days a week with the westbound "Bird" as it was referred to leaving in the late afternoon. The CNW was serious business about the Bird which was treated like top varnish having green lights all the way to the UP. The air hoses were duct taped to make sure they did not seperate during travel. In 1976 the CNW painted two of there SD40-2 units numbers 6910 and 6922 with this special Falcon Service paint job The CNW units were special as they carried a Gong type bell on the nose referred to in CNW parlance as a "Pedestrian Bell". CNW 6910 is seen here leading the Falcon on the Seligman sub during a detour being treated with high greens as it guest's on the ATSF.
    Kevin Kelleher

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    Cool picks Kevin...... Watching the Falcon head west was always cool. a few model railroad clubs I was in in Bensenville and Elmhurst used to make it event!!!!
    CG

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    A few randoms.











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