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Thread: The QUEBEC CENTRAL RAILWAY, prototypical route of 1969

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    Nice work Pierre! Really should install flanger signs on my route too.
    cheers,
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    Very nice Pierre. I presume TRS19, the background looks very sharp.

    Cheers, Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilcrow View Post
    Very nice Pierre. I presume TRS19, the background looks very sharp.

    Cheers, Ken
    Yes TRS 19. I played around a little with pbr texture and turfx and I am impressed. My main concern is I can't have/find any pbr grass look as it shown in the selection box. It always shows much darker when applied and I'd like it brighter as my actual one and this, I don't like. Her are some before/after shot. I do still plan to build the route in T:ane first ...actually.
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    ​etween MP 18-22

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    Absolute magic with the textures Pierre. Nice screenies as well.

    Cheers, Ken

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    Question Flanger Signs?

    Quote Originally Posted by CaseyBerg View Post
    Nice work Pierre! Really should install flanger signs on my route too.
    cheers,
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    Could you explain or paste a link as to what Flanger Signs are for the uniformed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueodessey View Post
    Could you explain or paste a link as to what Flanger Signs are for the uniformed?

    Last edited by Rail4Pete; December 12th, 2019 at 06:45 AM.

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    Thank you Sir for certifying me as Flanger Compliant........I never knew this is what those Confangled what's ma call it strange shaped oddity was properly Called.........

    I like your sign it helped this Ludite get the message .........

    And thinking back on my Alaska Trip 2 decades ago, I saw one these things I believe on the Narrow Gauge Route they have up there, strange looking thing, I do remember some Railroad Folks telling me it may look strange and Weird etc, but it works like no other when there is lots of Heavy Snow laying around..........

    I think this says it all, Necessity is the Mother of Invention, whomever made that piece of Equipment should have lots of self Pride, knowing what they created has and still does a very capable job in some rough Snow Country......

    Cheers!

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    Very fine work, Pierre! And as Ken pointed out, excellent use of textures!
    Cheers, Jack

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    Here is a Photo of MP22 on the QCR and I made a video around it after recreating in TRS2019 ...ENjoy ! https://youtu.be/ETmxtoJ8w30


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    Excellent video Pierre. Just letting the train come to you really works, zooming not necessary, the sound of the loco builds as it approaches, just like being there.
    Happy New Year to you.

    Cheers, Ken

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    Thanks Ken !

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    Brilliant shot Pierre, the glint on the water sets the picture alive.

    Cheers, Ken

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    I really like your last shot, Pierre! It gives us an excellent view of how that part of your route is laid out. I like the airplane. Nice touch!
    Cheers,
    Jack

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