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    Part Five: Operations The railway and it...

    Part Five: Operations

    The railway and it predecessors were always willing to improve operations and to try new ideas throughout its history and was one of the firsts to do so. Something either...
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    Part Four: The future In the 1980's, the...

    Part Four: The future

    In the 1980's, the railway was looking for a new way to handle the cargo itself coming in from the ports and harbors, and recalling the old wagon on flatcar concept that the...
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    Part Three: Changes In the 1950s, as steam was...

    Part Three: Changes

    In the 1950s, as steam was being phased out, the railroad went to purchase examples that were being scrap because they were desprate to update their fleet. The company's...
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    Part Two: The early years In 1914, the...

    Part Two: The early years

    In 1914, the Silverlake & Morrisville railway merged with the two other railroads on the island, the Berrybush & Raspal & the Harriston & Lawlylilly railway to form the...
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    Silverlake & Berrybush railway history

    Hello everyone!

    I've decided to move my fictional railways history here until I get it straighten out one day. It will be one of my last posts I will put up for soon I will be taking a hiatus for...
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    I don't want to be a thread bumper here, but when...

    I don't want to be a thread bumper here, but when I found this, I couldn't resist. I just had to post my response.

    My version of the story of the 311 is a hybrid of both stories made by...
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    Thank you for the answers to my question. It was...

    Thank you for the answers to my question. It was because when I read the railway series book "Troublesome Engines", the story of "Tenders and Turntables" confused me because it said in the story that...
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    After taking some time off, here's my next...

    After taking some time off, here's my next question.


    Was it common for railways to run trains tender first?


    Cause I have seen pictures and footage of it happening.


    Hope to hear a good...
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    how to report a post

    After taking a couple of months off, I'm back to ask a very important question.

    Can anyone tell me step by step how to report a post? In a step by step process?:confused:

    I'm asking this...
  10. OH GOOD LORD! Well that was scary!:eek:...

    OH GOOD LORD!

    Well that was scary!:eek:
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    The 311 background story

    I know what you're thinking. You think its me posting the same story up again, well this time, it's not. I decided to extend the story itself and give the 311 a bit more of a realistic fleshed out...
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    I never knew that a Canadian Pacific 4-6-4 was...

    I never knew that a Canadian Pacific 4-6-4 was made. That's pretty neat. :cool:

    Also PBY357, is it really true that LIRR G5s #39's being restored? :confused:
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    That could work. It can make the T1s more able to...

    That could work. It can make the T1s more able to pick up speed.


    I mean, if we can make a replica of a T1, the we ourselves can make a J1 as well.


    Think about it, one of the 16 wheeled...
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    Okay. Now I understand.

    Okay. Now I understand.
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    I meant NOT TOO heavy to damage the tracks, but...

    I meant NOT TOO heavy to damage the tracks, but just heavy enough so that the drivers can grip is all. :p
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    banning certain members off a thread

    Is there a way to ban certain members off a thread for whatever reason?:confused:


    I have a member who just won't stop being annoying on one of my Q&A threads just because I had made it for...
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    Like I said, I've just been busy is all. Real...

    Like I said, I've just been busy is all. Real life stuff.


    Next question.


    If Americas railways had operatered their sleeping cars onto other lines and if they had solded their engines onto...
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    There's ALOT of screenshots in here I'll say! :D...

    There's ALOT of screenshots in here I'll say! :D
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    I just figured something out you guys!:eek:...

    I just figured something out you guys!:eek:


    If they had made the boilers more heavier, then the weight itself would help the drivers grip the rails more easily and would help the engine move...
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    I hate to be a thread bumper, but I will have to...

    I hate to be a thread bumper, but I will have to say that really does sound like a good idea. We need MORE logging mallets in trainz, like standard gauge versions, be it tank, tender or hybrid...
  21. Thread: Trainz Riddlez

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    Sorry for the late response. I didn't think it...

    Sorry for the late response. I didn't think it would get answered suddenly.


    So to answer it, YES! You are correct! It is the american made by Marlboro!
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    You are half right.;) (javascript:void(0)) It...

    You are half right.;)

    It is from the Pennsylvania railway and it is made by marlboro, but it is not the P10 from the union pacific.:hehe:


    Care for another try?
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    I've got one. :)...

    I've got one. :)


    I was one of the first steamers ever made for TRS, although I'm not highly regonized well, but I do have a relative that resides in Pennsylvania and I'm from the same railway...
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    Well, all I have to do is wait. You never know.

    Well, all I have to do is wait. You never know.
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    Sorry for being a thread bumper, but I got to ask...

    Sorry for being a thread bumper, but I got to ask something very important.


    Obo, did you ever consider making a narrow gauge section in the US section with all of the US narrow gauge engines?...
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