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    DARTrider

    content requests

    Sounds a bit like you’re gimmiepigging….

    But to answer your question:
    JR made an SP GP9 in the bloody nose livery that

    DARTrider Today, 04:59 PM Go to last post
    JonMyrlennBailey

    content requests

    1. Baldwin consolidation locomotive with Vanderbilt oil tender, SP and/or UP
    2. Baldwin 2-6-6-2 mallet steam engine in standard gauge
    3.

    JonMyrlennBailey Today, 04:24 PM Go to last post
    wilts747

    suggestions for low impact Locos preferably steam

    As a route builder as apposed to driver you can get away with a lower spec machine anyway but I found the biggest crunch when T:ANE was released was not

    wilts747 Today, 06:41 AM Go to last post
    johnwhelan

    suggestions for low impact Locos preferably steam

    The 620 weighs in at 888 on the 3D score so a considerable improvement on the series 4000.

    Diesels I think are normally less impact than

    johnwhelan Yesterday, 05:31 PM Go to last post
    rumour3

    suggestions for low impact Locos preferably steam

    Hi John

    In addition to my main rig, I run TANE on a Surface tablet that's a few years old now. i5 processor, 8GB RAM, Intel HD 620 graphics.

    rumour3 Yesterday, 04:47 PM Go to last post
    johnwhelan

    suggestions for low impact Locos preferably steam

    Integrated graphics are getting more powerful. Intel series 4000 has a 3d score score of 332, IRIS XE 2,868 which is sneaking up there. We might even

    johnwhelan Yesterday, 04:03 PM Go to last post
  • Recent Screenshots Posts

    hert

    USA Pics

    A SP GP35, SP SD35 and a SP GP35e pulling a loaded TOFC train.

    hert Today, 05:53 PM Go to last post
    AlexMaria

    Japan

    Actually, housing being built under railway tracks is extremely rare to find, as they hardly comply with the extremely strict Japanese building and health

    AlexMaria Today, 04:22 PM Go to last post
    HiBaller

    Japan

    All things are relative, though. Living close to tracks, you get used to the noise and hardly hear it after a while. Same for me when I was aboard ship.

    HiBaller Today, 03:58 PM Go to last post
    thom58

    Screenshots of European Trains

    ... full wet

    thom58 Today, 02:50 PM Go to last post
    Railshuttle

    Japan

    Nice video. I'm sure the guys and gals who live in the houses under the tracks won't be getting any quiet time with all those trains rumbling overhead.

    Railshuttle Today, 02:05 PM Go to last post
    Railwoodman

    PRR Screenshots

    A little early for snow . But it's working well for the PRR . Nice shot Deadpool . Like that bridge too . Loads on the car's are nice to .

    Railwoodman Today, 01:31 PM Go to last post