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  1. #51
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    Hi All,

    The route is complete and tested and I'm down to making and running activities.

    Here are two screenshots taken in Connaught from two different activities, train 415 and train 152 around 520 in the morning.





    Paul :-)

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    A few of shots taken while I've been making activities for the Ontario Northland route.

    Train 416 at mile post 93 rounding Fredrick House Lake.



    Train 46 waiting to depart Timmins.



    Train 46 picks up three Canadain National cars brought down from Cochrane by Train 146 and waits to depart Porquis Junction.



    Paul :-)

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    I'm down to one last activity to write and run, then a syatem map and a README file that nobody will read.

    Here are a few shots from the last activity on the Ontario Northland, Train 150 from Cochrane to Porqois
    Junction, Train 50 arrives from Timmins and takes a couple of cars from 150 that returns to Timmins as
    Train 151.

    Train 50 arrives from Timmins white Train 151 waits on the passing siding.





    Train 151 west of South Porcupine approaching the Dome Mine.



    151 arriving at Schumacher with the McIntyre Mine across Pearl Lake.



    Time to call it a day.



    Paul :-)

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    Can't wait, Paul.
    Cheers
    Derek

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    Finished writing and running the last activity to be included with the ONR route, switching the
    Abitibi Power and Paper mill at Iroquois Falls.

    Abitibi 70 was a three truck Shay built in 1926 and bought third hand in 1947. In 1950 Abitibi
    bought a new S-4 but crews liked the Shay so much it was retained as backup power for when the
    S-4 was in for servicing. The Shay was kept until full retirement in the mid-1970s and put on
    display in Iroquois Falls where it remains today.

    Here are a few screenshots of 70 working the plant and taking cars back and forth to be interchanged
    with the Ontario Northland.















    Paul :-)

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    The route should be in the library this morning.



    Paul :-)

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    Release day of a Paul Charland creation is always an exciting day!
    Nick - Creator of the Virtual Railroading Review Show

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    Another Activity Generator Template project to add in my bucket list...

    Denis
    Last edited by dgionet; 05-30-2022 at 12:53 PM.

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    OK, this is getting interesting, my reply deleted instead of posting.

    Just trying to say Nels does have the route so I guess it will be posted tomorrow.

    Paul :-)

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    I am running the first activity now.
    Cheers
    Derek

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