The Morris & Sussex

gfisher

Old Hand
A fictional New Jersey railroad.

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Just fooling around to see if I can actually use this high def track of mine.
 
Oooh, pretty..........................:D :udrool: :D

Might I ask where that bridge came from (pics 5 and 6)?
 
The name reminds me about one of the prized NJT lines coming out of New York City, I think Hoboken Terminal. Right?
 
Very beautiful and relaxing gfisher! :D
2 Questions for you if you don't mind:
  1. Where did the station in the first 3 pictures come from?
  2. Where in Morris and Sussex Counties would this beautiful railroad be?
Thanks!

BTW... These pictures realy remind me of Sparta, NJ in the south-east of Sussex County...
...having lived there for 3 years!
Keep up the good work! :Y:
~TTT100~
 
Where did the station in the first 3 pictures come from?
It is one of mine. Do a search on the DLS for "PRR" and you should find it.

Where in Morris and Sussex Counties would this beautiful railroad be?

Uh...it's fictional. Where would you like it to be? I had somewhere northwest of Dover in mind.
 
Very nice George, when will this be avalible. I'm from the area.. And can't wait to try this one. Do you take any insperation from the Cut-Off or is this all inspired by the Old Road?
 
It looks great GF, but I've learned my lesson and you're not going to trick me again!
Ed
 
Where did you get the trees in the 2th to last and last screenshot?

The darker tree is JVC-Tree#20 Oak 30m, 328583:2290, and is on the DLS

The bottom tree is G:tree42-poplar 24m, 71619:22342 by trunda. There was a link posted for it a few days ago here in the forums somewhere, but I don't have the link offhand.
 
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