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About RHKluckhohn
Location:
Seattle, WA, United States of America
Interests:
Railroading, photography, genealogy
Occupation:
Police dispatcher (Retired)

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Desiderata For Ver. 8

by RHKluckhohn on December 30th, 2020 at 12:55 AM
Should I ever get around to it:
  • Remove the horn triggers on the Goldencow driveway
  • Extend baseboards and scenic them at each hanging portal
  • Add baseboards on the west side as needed to conceal the end of the world
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CONSTRUCTION

Fond Du Lac Route ver. 7 Uploaded

by RHKluckhohn on December 7th, 2020 at 03:13 AM
Quote Originally Posted by RHKluckhohn View Post
FDL Fond Du Lac Branch version 7 has been uploaded and will be available "soon."

NOTICE TO SESSION BUILDERS: The Brownsville Main St. crossing has been shifted 1-2 feet west and lowered several inches. That straightens the line through the crossing. If any of your sessions have consists starting between the platform or the derail and the west switch you should check to make sure they are on the track.

NOTICES TO CREWS:

  1. The signals at South Fond du Lac

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CONSTRUCTION , OPERATION

Version :6 Work In Progress

by RHKluckhohn on July 21st, 2020 at 03:28 AM
  • First thing done was the safety items. The east whistle posts are back in South Amboy - replaced the old wood posts with new type - and the speed limit on the Metalcraft spur.
  • The mileposts were off by 2/10 mile. Ugh. However, they are now prototypically correct and the signals have been renumbered to match. That was one of the two most time-consuming jobs.
  • Converting crossings from ATLS to Attilacrossings was the other major job. Only those in shunting areas were addressed. That

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Updated July 30th, 2020 at 01:51 AM by RHKluckhohn (Additional info.)

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CONSTRUCTION

GENERAL OVERHAUL

by RHKluckhohn on May 2nd, 2020 at 04:39 AM
It's been 18 months since I did anything with the Branch. The COVID-19 epidemic is providing lots of free time so I've started a general overhaul of the route and sessions in T:ANE to improve appearance and try to improve performance.

  • Alignment and track are not involved so existing sessions will continue to operate. The only track change to date is the Mayville Metalworks spur. The 60-lb rail previously installed is invisible so has been replaced.
  • All portal consists have been

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Updated May 5th, 2020 at 04:05 AM by RHKluckhohn

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Industry, leave my train brake alone!

by RHKluckhohn on March 16th, 2020 at 03:57 PM
Quote Originally Posted by ZecMurphy View Post
Hi RHKluckhohn
At the current time, the industries take control of the train in the same way that an AI driver controls the train. This means that when control is returned, the train brakes will be applied as this is what happens when control is returned from an AI driver.

However, you can generally prevent this from occurring by adding the 'Advanced Industry Load Configuration' rule, and then configuring the industry to not take control of the trains. Please note that in some

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CONSTRUCTION