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    Default Open Rails Video uploads.

    Recently I've been thinking of getting back to uploading YouTube videos when I can. So far I have started with the task of activities on the Mullan Pass route.

    Here is a complete run of the Ash Grove Switcher job.

    More to come!
    Also as a side note, I have removed the notifications from popping up after I did this video, so the next video they will not appear. Will also be adjusting my methods throughout as a building process of knowledge.

    https://youtu.be/ohJBhNcmj6o

    This is mainly a showcase of what ORTS has to offer, and what TS and the Mullan Pass have to offer.
    I plan to tackle the Ruel Sub as well.
    https://i.imgur.com/LPZNEX4.png

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    Great video Shawn!

    It's nice to see a video from the prospective of the engineer's seat instead of mostly outside views.
    Shows how it's done as professionals such as yourself do the job.
    More please!

    Phil

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    Thanks Phil,
    I actually have some more to tackle and will upload. I think it will be a weekly thing, that way I don't burn myself out so quickly like I do with everything else lately.
    https://i.imgur.com/LPZNEX4.png

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    Shawn,

    I meant to say "perspective" and not "prospective" in my previous message. Spelling and grammar have been getting away from me lately it seems. The price of getting older I guess!
    Glad to hear there may be more videos coming.
    Thanks...

    Phil

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    Here's episode 2. It's a long one!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnNfT2l4gb8
    https://i.imgur.com/LPZNEX4.png

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    Shawn,

    It's definitely a long one!
    Great video as usual.
    Again, appreciate the view from mostly the engineer's seat. I believe it adds to the realism of the sim. A lot of videos concentrate on outside views and kind of ignore what the train driver sees.

    Phil

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