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    That's what the new NWL is geared to look like Neil. Nicely done
    Rory

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    Excellent, Neil! Clouds look outstanding. Is that a custom-sky-dome, or one previously released?

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    Thanks gents....
    Rory, stop teasing the NWL....it's just too darned good!
    Curt - wish I could take credit, but it is one of Claus's wonderful creations. Either one he had released and subsequently pulled, or one he sent me to look at back at that time. Can't remember. I sure hope he treats us with more of his sky creations. It makes such a difference in the "mood" of the day.
    Neil

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    Quote Originally Posted by qballbandit View Post
    As spring finally makes its' presence in the Midwest, the skies look that much more beautiful.




    Neil I wish I knew how you do it. Your details a next to no ones and your skies are always amazing. The talent we have in our community is incredible.
    Kevin Kelleher

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    Hi Kevin,
    Thanks old buddy. I have mentioned this often, but it bares repeating -
    I only modify these routes. Yes, it take some knowhow, but the real talent lies with the authors who create all of this wonderful stuff: the routes, skies, objects, trains, etc. Without all of that, I'd have nothing to draw me to this fun hobby.
    Neil

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

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    Rush Hour on the Western Freeway
    kor26 by CN Edmonton, on Flickr

    Look up
    kor27 by CN Edmonton, on Flickr
    Rory

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    Rush hour Hardwick Kansas.

    Way up


    Ahh, Simpler times.

    Randy

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    Haha Randy I like your version of rush hour better!
    Rory

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    Yeah, I don't know if I could do the city again. At least not on a daily basis.

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    That rush hour on the Western Freeway looks like light traffic on the Capital Beltway in Washington, DC.
    Steve Burr, PE - Clinton, MD
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