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    Red face Back To The Darkside









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    Gary Larson's Far Side is more entertaining, Mike.
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    Well I have put TRS2022 or whatever it's being called in my Steam wishlist but only for when offered at a substantial discount and not paying N3V's OTT price for the same old stuff.
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    I reactivated my Gold Membership Vern. So i have TRS2022 and Trainz Plus in the one monthly payment.

    I only wanted it installed for the NSW routes on the dls. Plus some payware Aussie loco's i get access to free, with my membership.

    Never run UK addons in Trainz, just not believable.

    The yank route in the piccies is not bad, but fictional.

    Canadian route is part of a series of 6 sections, that make up the Canadian Rockies route.

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    NSW Main South - VR North East route, which i merged with the VR Goulburn Murray route.
    The author designed them to be merged, when he created them.
    I still need to adjust the lighting and weather settings.











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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    NSW Main South - VR North East route, which i merged with the VR Goulburn Murray route.
    The author designed them to be merged, when he created them.
    I still need to adjust the lighting and weather settings...
    That actually looks familiar, Mike.
    The landscape is right and so is the colour of the grass.
    The PN locos look good!
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    But is it really that bright in NSW, Bruce ? I didn't really know in the modern era if PN, would run on the Main South.
    Thinking the name would be more west coast Australia.
    Fave cartoon from the Far Side, is the wolf in grannies clothes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    But is it really that bright in NSW, Bruce ? I didn't really know in the modern era if PN, would run on the Main South.
    Thinking the name would be more west coast Australia.......
    Yeah, in the harsh summer sunlight (of which we've had very little this year!) it's glarey, Mike.
    Pacific National certainly run on the Main South....in fact, they can be found all over the place.
    One of my favourite Aussie rail channels on YT is this one..... .
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    Here's another from "Diesel Dave".....best viewed on YT.
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