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    Default Steam Thread 2021

    There's just something about steam locomotives that I find more fascinating than diesel-electric locomotives. So, let's see those iron horses!





    Sean Summer
    CEO of Blue Ridge Mountains Machine works.

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    Sherman Hill, circa 1954.

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    Northbound Coast Daylight, circa 1940.
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    My first MSTS repaint hit the double digits today. Wow. Even if MSTS isn't my forte anymore, it's crazy to think how far I've come since then and how it's affected me outside of the sim.



    This is how 1200 looked when I debuted her to TrainSim in October of 2011. I remember the day the issues with my account were figured out and I could post to TrainSim, I was shaking with happiness. I knew one heck of a journey laid ahead.



    To celebrate this milestone, I took 1200 out on a little sunset joyride out of Dunktown on the prettiest part of the Full Bucket Line. Happy 10 years to the Full Bucket beauty that started my MSTS adventure!












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    Hi Folks,

    Got steam?

    A Rutland Light Mike climbing out of Brattleboro NH.

    RutlandMike by Scott B, on Flickr


    Regards,
    Scott

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    Somewhere in Colorado...
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottb613 View Post
    Hi Folks,

    Got steam?

    A Rutland Light Mike climbing out of Brattleboro NH.

    RutlandMike by Scott B, on Flickr

    Regards,
    Scott
    That is an unbelievable model, Scott. Is that coming out soon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mipman25 View Post
    That is an unbelievable model, Scott. Is that coming out soon?
    Hi...

    Thanks.

    Yeah - I'm hoping - trying to get my second wind for the push out the door. Not much left to do - need to paint some doors on the coal bay in the tender - a few other details - then optimization. I'd like to get this done so I can give my B&M and LHR Mountains some TLC to bring the detail and quality up to this level.

    Regards,
    Scott

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    Something from across the pond.

    The Coronation Scot, Circa 1938.
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