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    Quote Originally Posted by stevelerro View Post
    A very special surprise is coming to the K&L Roster this Friday! And no it is NOT something on the projects list!

    Someone messaged me a month or so back and suggested something to me that I felt was very manageable between working on Streamlined and Non-streamlined Selkirks and I decided to go for it!

    Turns out this is the most detailed locomotive i've put together so far!

    It's crunch time!
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    CN G-16-a at rest

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    thanks to this thread i found those wonderful sites....
    after downing two free-wheelers i bought some pay-loadersz.........
    actually i'm not a steamfan, but after seeing and hearing this ........
    much respect for the creator(s)..

    first the show-off of the free-wheelers...




    daveric

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    Very nice shot zsuda ! The second shot is fictional for sure with American locomotive and European rolling stock. The fuel/oil depot is great. Is this available somewhere ?
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    Yes, it is from Jointed Rail: the Legacy of Burlington Northern.... http://jointedrail.com/product-categ...-bn-for-t-ane/
    it's payware, but you can free-download the route.... of course without the payware stuff... and after registering....

    have a nice trip

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    It's The T-1c Selkirk i'm guessing. The Unstreamlined one, with the Elesco Feedwater Heater. Next, can you make the NYC 3001? I hear it's getting Restored. For the New engine tommorow I'm guessing
    home sweet, rural Pennsylvania...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by josephlaban View Post
    It's The T-1c Selkirk i'm guessing. The Unstreamlined one, with the Elesco Feedwater Heater. Next, can you make the NYC 3001? I hear it's getting Restored.
    The T1c is the streamlined Selkirk and that's already been released. You read that something is coming, but not the next sentence that said "not something on the projects list", so that would exclude the Non-Streamlined T1a Selkirk.

    The projects list already had 6 items, and theres 9 more after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevelerro View Post
    The T1c is the streamlined Selkirk and that's already been released. You read that something is coming, but not the next sentence that said "not something on the projects list", so that would exclude the Non-Streamlined T1a Selkirk.

    The projects list already had 6 items, and theres 9 more after that.
    Is it a Canadian Pacific F-2a 4-4-4 Jubilee? That's one of the steam locomotives that I'd like to see in Trainz sometime.
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    a 4-6-2 ?
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    The secret is revealed!

    http://www.kltrainz.com/587.html#

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    Here's my newest video with Canadian Pacific T1c Streamlined Silkirk. Again thank you Steve and Bill for creating these incredible locomotives for Trainz.

    Canadian Pacific T1c Streamlined Silkirk : https://youtu.be/vwR0YEgpBT4

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    I seem to remember a little discussion on this great little surprise . Steve , it's a keeper for sure Thanks



    Matt

    P.S. nice vids

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    But can you make a mohawk? I think lots of railfans like myself would be delighted to see the 3001 in trainz.
    home sweet, rural Pennsylvania...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by josephlaban View Post
    But can you make a mohawk? I think lots of railfans like myself would be delighted to see the 3001 in trainz.
    Contact Steve and get it commissioned.

    I am in full support for this though, Its looks so awesome with the smoke deflectors on:

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    I think it should have the Removable Deflectors ability, and I think it should come in different versions, like an L1, L2 version, and a L3, L4 Version.
    home sweet, rural Pennsylvania...........

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