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    Everyone needs to follow the guidelines, starting with what's been in place for years and years :

    https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/showth...sting-tutorial!)

    Summarized for those with shorter attention spans:

    • If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all
    • If you have something you're not supposed to have in the first place, don't post pictures of it
    • Post the name of the route and whose equipment you're showing off -- that eliminates 90% of the comments


    If you still feel the urge to be ultra-critical, feel free to use PM's or post to a site like Facebook where that type of activity is more welcome.

    Those who can't follow the spirit and intent of these three simple rules may find themselves facing a one-week penalty application of the brakes...

    Also, as with all threads in the screen shot forum, comments and posts without photos are subject to removal at some point in the future.

    Rules for this thread:

    • Feel free to post ANY screenshots related to this thread (Routes, locos, stocks, etc.).


    Previous thread: https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/showth...r-theme-Part-3

    Enjoy, and be safe!

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    Old Farmer slough fish'n
    nwl991 by CN Edmonton, on Flickr

    Checking track at the west end of route, approx 5 miles outside of Clarkson (Korimer Suberb). You can see the start of the foothills to the south. Ahead is an empty canvas.
    nwl992 by CN Edmonton, on Flickr
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    Cool track texture...

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    It would be even cooler if only the railhead was visible above the snow. I wonder if an edit of the file could achieve this.....hmmmmm.
    Neil

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    Quote Originally Posted by qballbandit View Post
    It would be even cooler if only the railhead was visible above the snow. I wonder if an edit of the file could achieve this.....hmmmmm.
    I bet you could. It might look slightly off from the side if you look pretty hard at it, but it would be decently convincing from most angles

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    Hope that ol' farmer has an icehouse. Even if there's not much snow, winter is most definitely here. At least with no snow the ice ought to be good

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    We have enough snow right now. -17C this morning, but will warm up to about -5. Never built an old icehouse shack.
    Rory

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    That's what it looks like here now, except the sun's out

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    Nice photos Neil! I don't believe I've seen a snowscape in MSTS/Open Rails look so realistic. Started me drooling for a ski resort.
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