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    Why they chose Pennsy passenger cars I'll never understand. I mean, there is a considerable selection UP heavy weights by the same author not to mention whitepass.

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    They bring my collection of UP steam up to 73 now.
    http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showt...56#post1576056

    Would you mind telling what they are.
    Last edited by 1996; February 10th, 2017 at 01:25 PM.
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    "When at first you don't succeed, add more boosters."
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    Quote Originally Posted by daylightrain View Post
    Thanks Normhart, the eventual plan is to skin all 25 Big Boys and release them in one mega Big Boy pack. I'm planning a trip to the Museum of Transportation in St Louis over spring break, I'll get plenty of pictures of 4006 there, along with other engines in their collection.

    I do however need something other than Big Boys on my site... Hmm...
    I'll soon see 4018 in Dallas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1996 View Post
    They bring my collection of UP steam up to 73 now.
    http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showt...56#post1576056

    Would you mind telling what they are.
    What, all of them?

    <kuid2:523:10070:1> UP Big Boy - Auran
    <kuid:67873:836> UP FEF-3 836 - rudolf3610
    <kuid2:67873:844:1> UP FEF-3 844
    <kuid2:67873:3975:1> UP 3975 Challenger TB3.3
    <kuid2:67873:3977:1> UP 3976 Challenger TB3.3
    <kuid2:67873:3979:1> UP 3979 Challenger TB3.3
    <kuid:67873:3985> UP 3985 Challenger TB3.3
    <kuid:67873:4015> UP 4015 Big Boy
    <kuid:67873:8000> UP 8000 Huge Boy
    <kuid:69593:1754> UP 8003 Huge Boy -pendolino
    <kuid2:69871:2168:2> Loco UP 0-6-0 #4609 TS12 - philskene
    <kuid2:69871:2219:2> Loco UP Harriman Consolidation
    <kuid2:79097:9000:1> UP 9000 Locomotive - thecowboy
    <kuid:79097:9014> UP 9014 Locomotive
    <kuid:79097:9021> UP 9021 Locomotive
    <kuid2:79097:9087:1> UP 9087 Locomotive
    <kuid2:96914:4730:3> Loco NYC USRA 0-8-0 - bdaneal
    <kuid:96914:6919> Union Pacific 4-4-0 119
    <kuid:103021:1303> UNION PACIFIC TTT 6 5507 - lilb
    <kuid2:146153:3977:127> UP 3977 Challenger TB3.3 - andrealuigi
    <kuid:146153:3988> UP 3988 Challenger TB3.3
    <kuid:146153:3989> UP 3989 Challenger TB3.3
    <kuid:146153:3995> UP 3995 Challenger TB3.3
    <kuid:146153:3997> UP 3997 Challenger TB3.3
    <kuid:146153:3999> UP 3999 Challenger TB3.3
    <kuid:177548:137539812> UP Challenger UP3981 Blinkers NoMARS 2Tone Gray - barn700
    <kuid:177548:137539822> UP Challenger UP3982 Blinkers NoMARS 2Tone Gray
    <kuid:177548:869149904> UP Challenger UP3980 Blinkers NoMARS 2Tone Gray
    <kuid:177548:869150003> UP Challenger UP3978 Blinkers MARS
    <kuid:177548:869151803> UP Challenger UP3996 Blinkers MARS
    <kuid:177548:869152003> UP Challenger UP3998 Blinkers MARS
    <kuid:177548:1375405179> UP Challenger UP3977 Blinkers NoMARS Gray
    <kuid2:243294:100518:1> UP 4-4-2 #12 - bill69
    <kuid:353984:1069> UNION PACIFIC USRA Light 2-8-2 - anl
    <kuid:353984:1287> UPRR CSA-2 3939
    <kuid:353984:1294> UPRR CSA-1 3800
    <kuid:353984:1297> UPRR CSA-1 3811
    <kuid:353984:1298> UPRR CSA-2 3820
    <kuid:353984:100140> UNION PACIFIC TTT 6 5041
    <kuid:353984:100141> UNION PACIFIC TTT 6 5053
    <kuid:353984:100142> UNION PACIFIC TTT 6 5511
    <kuid:353984:100147> UPRR FEF-2 821
    <kuid:353984:100149> UPRR FEF-2 826
    <kuid:353984:100152> UPRR FEF-3 838
    <kuid:353984:100164> UPRR FEF-3 840
    <kuid:353984:100169> UPRR FEF-2 820
    <kuid:353984:100172> UPRR FEF-3 843
    <kuid:353984:100173> UPRR FEF-2 823
    <kuid:353984:100175> UPRR FEF-3 836
    <kuid:353984:100176> UPRR FEF-2 833
    <kuid:353984:100177> UPRR FEF-3 835
    <kuid:353984:100178> UPRR FEF-2 824
    <kuid:353984:100179> UPRR FEF-3 844
    <kuid:353984:100180> UPRR FEF-3 844TTG
    <kuid:353984:100181> UPRR FEF-3 8444
    <kuid:439337:101373> USRA 0-8-0 UP #226 - msgsapper
    <kuid:439337:101513> UP 3160 Class 2-8-2
    <kuid:439337:101526> USRA 2-8-8-2 Heavy Mallet #3504
    <kuid:439337:101640> UP Class J 644 4-8-4
    <kuid2:568725:1057:1> UP 2805, 4-6-2 'Pacific Type - jregner1955
    <kuid:568725:100081> Union Pacific 1243 4-6-0
    <kuid:581273:100030> Union Pacific MK-9 #2295 Engine - daylighttrain
    <kuid:581273:100107> Union Pacific Big Boy #4014
    <kuid:581273:100240> Union Pacific Big Boy #4013
    <kuid:581273:100246> Union Pacific Big Boy #4015
    <kuid:633834:100880> UP 4004 Big Boy - normhart
    <kuid:633834:101066> UP 4000 Big Boy
    <kuid:633834:160028> UP 3976 Challenger TTG-S
    <kuid2:648132:100073:1> Harriman Consolidation - OSL - trainboi1
    <kuid2:648132:100075:1> Harriman Consolidation - OWR&N
    <kuid2:648132:100077:1> Harriman Consolidation - UP

    If you count you can see I only have listed 71 I'm not sure why there is a discrepancy, I'll investigate. Author is listed with the first locomotive and below until the next author. Many are no longer available (and no, I won't share them unless you get the author's permission).
    Last edited by normhart; February 14th, 2017 at 08:02 PM.
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    Some fictional 30ng stuff
    I need help on resizing

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    Excuse me, but the 30ng stuff doesn't fit on the 36ng tracks, and furthermore; there's a 30ng version of Fross and Canyon Cut on DLS now

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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    If you count you can see I only have listed 71 I'm not sure why there is a discrepancy, I'll investigate. Author is listed with the first locomotive and below until the next author. Many are no longer available (and no, I won't share them unless you get the author's permission).
    Only one I noticed that you missed was my UP 4-4-2 Atlantic:

    <kuid:581273:100287> Union Pacific A-105 Atlantic #12

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    Quote Originally Posted by daylightrain View Post
    Only one I noticed that you missed was my UP 4-4-2 Atlantic:

    <kuid:581273:100287> Union Pacific A-105 Atlantic #12
    Yes, I am reviewing my collection. At this point I'm pretty sure I have 73 drivers assigned to 71 locomotives. I have three UP #12 4-4-2 Atlantics; yours, bdaneal's (as adapted by philskene), and bill69's but only Bill's is in this collection so far. There are also many other duplicate numbers like the 844 which is done by a couple of authors and with various paint schemes. There are also several fictional locomotives.





    Interestingly when I researched the #12 I turned up this "UP #12 renumbered 1915 UP #3311 built by Baldwin #27284 Jan 1906 Vacated Apr 1923." CS Class A-2, Cabside Class-81. I was able to find a picture of UP #10 (#3309) and a picture of OWRR&N #3504.

    As far as I can tell the last 4-4-2s were retired in 1933.

    Edit: How busy was Cheyenne? In 1950 there were 48 FEFs, 60 Challengers, 24 Big boys, and 14 9000s working out of or through there. And that is just counting the larger locomotives. There were an additional nine locomotives assigned as Cheyenne-Buford Helpers and another four assigned as Cheyenne Protection as well as ten in Stored, eight Laid Aside, and three in the shops. Busy, busy, busy! Only three switchers were assigned to Cheyenne a 2-8-2 and two 0-6-0s and their primary task was breaking down and reassembling passenger trains.
    Last edited by normhart; February 15th, 2017 at 12:37 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillVu View Post


    Norfolk & Western Class K-2a 4-8-2 Update!



    Lionel Postwar 1665 0-4-0 Update!
    I could be wrong, but those look like my J class locos

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillVu View Post


    NYC J3a fully streamlined by Leeferr,stevelerro
    These.are.mine...No.offense.to.Steve

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    Don't worry. BillVu's been banned from the Forums and his illegal uploads to the DLS (which included some of your content), has been removed from the DLS. Now if you want to see what's he's now up to, check out this thread:
    http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showt...ecoming-A-pain
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    I really wish that you'd quit doing such bad reskins of my locos.

    I'm flattered that you like them, but you seem to be missing some textures and your low resolution screenshots make them look horrible.
    Last edited by leeferr; February 17th, 2017 at 10:40 PM.

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    Yeah, Billvu is a sour subject on the forums. Thanks Leeferr for all the great content you've released, such a shame it gets ruined by people with no respect for the authors and their work.

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