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  1. Great shots, Ken! The second one really pops. ...

    Great shots, Ken! The second one really pops. Nicely done. :cool:

    Annie, I love your progress. I am recognizing locations from your screenshots, as I spent a lot of time on the route when it...
  2. Thread: USA Pics

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    Hard-working P&B high-nose #310 leads power units...

    Hard-working P&B high-nose #310 leads power units and a long consist for the early morning coal run.
    A northbound freight is holding on the passing siding.
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  3. RE: #4324 Ken, those are truly amazing...

    RE: #4324
    Ken, those are truly amazing screenshots! Your pics are always a joy to view. Dare I say, they constantly remind me of paintings by Terence Cuneo. Composition and lighting are always...
  4. Tanker46, I think you've done a very good job at...

    Tanker46,
    I think you've done a very good job at this. I checked a 1961 B&W photo against your screenshot. They are very close. Nice job!

    I liked the shots of Hassocks too.

    For the little...
  5. SuperSpedMaglev, What a great catch! The...

    SuperSpedMaglev,
    What a great catch! The screenshot and the photo are perfect. :cool:

    Heinrich505
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    Klingerville spreads across the valley below the...

    Klingerville spreads across the valley below the bluff, as driver Jake checks the bearings on WVRR Tonopah #30. He has just picked up a load of silver ore from the Klingerville Valley mine, and now...
  7. Love your progress, Annie. It really looks...

    Love your progress, Annie. It really looks great!

    Your snaps in #4298 look wonderful.

    Gary
  8. Borderreiver, I always enjoy your informative...

    Borderreiver,
    I always enjoy your informative posts. I've so much to learn about UK railways.

    Regards,
    Gary
  9. Dermmy, Now that you mention it, I thought there...

    Dermmy,
    Now that you mention it, I thought there was something familiar about your screenshot. I've spent a fair bit of time on your EK3 route, which is still a masterpiece of workmanship. Sadly,...
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    John, Thanks for being there when I had all...

    John,
    Thanks for being there when I had all sorts of questions and problems. I hope your break goes well. I, as well as others, will miss your guidance and advice.

    Take care,
    Heinrich505
  11. The stable looks great, Annie. The more the...

    The stable looks great, Annie. The more the merrier. The engines look really sharp! :cool:
  12. KotangaGirl, Wow, that is really exciting news,...

    KotangaGirl,
    Wow, that is really exciting news, Annie. Not being from that side of the pond, I was enjoying the Cornish Mainline route as is, not knowing any better about how overgrown it was or...
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    Doggone, that is a wicked break. I hope things...

    Doggone, that is a wicked break. I hope things heal quickly and well. It's going to drive you crazy not being able to use the computer.

    Take care,
    Heinrich505
  14. Tanker46, Those are great shots showcasing the U...

    Tanker46,
    Those are great shots showcasing the U Class. She is definitely a beauty!

    She was gleaming in the sunsh...er, I mean the gloom of Brighton (oxymoron, perchance?) when she started out...
  15. SMyers, Great shot on your equally great route! ...

    SMyers,
    Great shot on your equally great route! :cool:

    That laundry isn't going to dry fast in the shade...unless it is in the high 90s, but then there is the humidity...yikes.

    It's always a...
  16. KotangaGirl, Re: #4213 Your route is really a...

    KotangaGirl,
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    Your route is really a pleasure to see, from your screenshots. It's quite understandable that you would dream about it. I regularly "escape" into this virtual world and...
  17. Re: #4214 HotShotJimmy, those are wonderful...

    Re: #4214 HotShotJimmy, those are wonderful pics. I love what you are doing with the route. It is always a pleasure to run your route. Will you release an update of the route?
  18. Tanker46, Those are beautiful shots of a...

    Tanker46,
    Those are beautiful shots of a beautiful engine. The BR Maunsel U Class looks stunning. Camscott is to be congratulated and many thanks to you for commissioning it. What an excellent...
  19. HotshotJimmy, Great story line. :cool: Very...

    HotshotJimmy,
    Great story line. :cool: Very much enjoyed it, especially since it is all familiar ground for me. I'll have to get back there for another coal run.

    Will you be releasing an...
  20. Thanks Blue, and the same back atcha! Take care...

    Thanks Blue, and the same back atcha! Take care and be safe.

    Heinrich505
  21. HotshotJimmy, Re: posts 4145 and 4146 ...

    HotshotJimmy,
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    Wonderful shots on the journey to Fellbeck. They were very nicely composed. I don't get to Fellbeck often because I'm always cutting off to the stone...
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    Timber Ridge Standard Gauge Route - action at the...

    Timber Ridge Standard Gauge Route - action at the Decker Transfer Point, where goods are switched from narrow gauge to standard gauge. [Slight adjustments from the original route]
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  23. I concur with all the above. The look and feel...

    I concur with all the above. The look and feel of the original route is being captured very nicely. Great work!!! :cool:

    Gary
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    Ericmp, Thanks for the compliment. Always...

    Ericmp,
    Thanks for the compliment. Always appreciated.

    Your shots of Timber Ridge really show off some of the strongest points for the route, those being the long vistas and a real sense of...
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    Matt, The first thing I tried to do with your...

    Matt,
    The first thing I tried to do with your route was to run a 25 car fully loaded coal train over the Horseshoe Curve, with a single Decapod. I was spinning wheels before I was fully out of the...
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